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365 Black History: May 20th - The Birth of a Legend, Toussaint L'Ouverture & a School for Former Slaves Created

365 Black History: May 20th – The Birth of a Legend, Toussaint L’Ouverture & a School for Former Slaves Created

— ADVERTISEMENT — The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 20th in Black History 1704 – Elias Neau founds school for slaves in New York. 1743 – …

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365 Black History: May 18th - Birth of Jim Crow with Plessy v Ferguson, Reggie Jackson, & Mary McLeod Bethune

365 Black History: May 18th – Birth of Jim Crow with Plessy v Ferguson, Reggie Jackson, & Mary McLeod Bethune

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 18th in Black History 1896 – Supreme Court upholds the “Separate But Equal” doctrine in education and public accommodations in …

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365 Black History: May 17th - First Kentucky Derby Winner is Black, Frederick Douglass, Brown v Board

365 Black History: May 17th – First Kentucky Derby Winner is Black, Frederick Douglass, Brown v Board

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 17th in Black History 1875 – Oliver Lewis wins first Kentucky Derby. 1881 – Frederick Douglass appointed recorder of deeds …

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365 Black History: May 16th - Sugar Ray, Sammy Davis Jr, A. Philip Randolph & More

365 Black History: May 16th – Sugar Ray, Sammy Davis Jr, A. Philip Randolph & More

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 16th in Black History 1792 – Slavery abolished in Denmark. 1840 – James Milton Turner, educator, born 1956 – Sugar …

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365 Black History: May 15th - American Hypocrisy, Captured, but Henry Johnson Single Highhandedly Frees Himself & More

365 Black History: May 15th – American Hypocrisy, Captured, but Henry Johnson Single Highhandedly Frees Himself & More

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 15th in Black History 1820 – US Congress declares foreign slave trade an act of piracy punishable by death. Seems …

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365 Black History: May 13th - Philly Police Bomb MOVE Org by Helicopter, Joe Louis, Stevie Wonder & More

365 Black History: May 13th – Philly Police Bomb MOVE Org by Helicopter, Joe Louis, Stevie Wonder & More

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 13th in Black History 1897 – Sidney Bechet, jazz clarinetist, born. 1914 – Joe Louis, World Heavyweight Champion, born. 1950 …

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365 Black History: May 12th - Smalls Steals Confederate Ship to Escape Slavery, H. Rap Brown & More

365 Black History: May 12th – Smalls Steals Confederate Ship to Escape Slavery, H. Rap Brown & More

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 12th in Black History 1862 – Robert Smalls steals Confederate ship This has to be one of the most amazing …

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365 Black History: May 11th - Farrakhan's Arrival, Births, & the Death of a Literary Legend

365 Black History: May 11th – Farrakhan’s Arrival, Births, & the Death of a Literary Legend

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On may 11h in Black History 1807 – Ira Aldridge, actor, born. 1895 – William Still, composer, born. 1933 – Louis Farrakhan, …

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365 Black History: May 10th - Mandela's Inaguration, Voter Fraud Has Long History in America & First Black Governor

365 Black History: May 10th – Mandela’s Inaguration, Voter Fraud Has Long History in America & First Black Governor

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 10th in Black History 1837 – PBS Pinchback, first Black state governor, born. Pickney benton Steward Pinchback was a born …

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