#Black History Month: Last Day And A Remembrance For Everyone Who Paved The Way

I can’t believe it’s already over. In my book, black history is everyday because we are constantly fighting. This has been a long month and I talked about a lot of people. From Claudette Colvin to Martin Luther King Jr. Everyone I mentioned have made a big impact on the civil rights movement. The civil […]

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#Black History Month: A Black Woman’s Experience “Alice Allison Dunnigan”

“Alice Dunnigan” was known as the first black female journalist accredited by the Whitehouse. She was the first to travel with the President during her time. Her dream came true of being a journalist and she wanted to focus on the civil rights movement. She worked as the chief of the Washington bureau of the […]

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#Black History Month: The Cool Kids Of Civil Rights ” The Big Six”

As the month comes to an end, I am including everyone I can before black history month is over. “The Big Six” is a group of men who were in charge of the civil rights movement. These activists included “Martin Luther King Jr, James Farmer, John Lewis, A. Philip Randolph, Roy Wilkins, and Whitney Young”. […]

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#Black History Month: Fist Lady Of Civil Rights “Coretta Scott King”

The month is coming to an end in approximately three days. That means I have only three more people to talk about after this amazing woman. This woman is no stranger to activism. “Coretta Scott King” was the wife of the great “Martin Luther King Jr”. That is why she was referred to as the […]

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#Black History Month: Acknowledging Myself (Picture Included)

I blog about a lot of people so I wanted to add myself to the list. This is black history month and I am black. Over time, you guys have listened to me complain about the news and everything else that goes on. You can probably tell what kind of person I am just by […]

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#Black History Month: First Black Female Astronaut “Mae C. Jemison

If you have been watching the news lately, then you would know that they have went to space again and have a rover on mars. I just thought that with all the space news and it being black history month, why not talk about something important. “Mae C. Jemison” was the first black female astronaut. […]

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#Black History Month: First Black Photographer “Gordon Parks”

Photography is such a beautiful thing. It lets you capture the beauty, emotions and life with pictures. “Gordon Parks” did just that and became the first black photographer. He was a photographer, musician, writer and film director in the 40’s. His work was known everywhere and he was one of the co-founders of “Essence Magazine”. […]

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#Black History Month: Greatest Boxer of All Time “Muhammad Ali”

Known as the greatest wrestler, “Muhammad Ali” did more than box. He played a part in the civil rights movement. Everything blew up after he was sentenced to 5 years after refusing to be drafted into the military. You have to give him his respect for that one because he has own beliefs. It’s crazy […]

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#Black History Month: First Black Millionaire “Madam C.J Walker”

This is a woman who black women can relate to. Her goal was to promote to black women who had the hair problems that she had. She was the first black woman to become a self made millionaire so enough said there. She was amazing. I have heard from people that the point was to […]

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#Black History Month: The One And Only “Rosa Parks”

Black history months end in 11 days, so I am trying to put everyone I can get into these posts. Rosa Parks is known everywhere for her contribution to the Montgomery bus boycotts. She refused to go to the colored section of the bus because they are just seats. The interesting thing is that she […]

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