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High Museum of Art Jun 14
Next Friday! Join us for a night of music, drinks, and art at . June features the sounds of Grammy Award–winning trumpeter Curtis Taylor. Learn more:
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WABE News 9h
This weekend, metro Atlanta will celebrate Juneteenth with free concerts, festivals, family-friendly activities and more.
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WABE News 23h
The West End is older than the city of Atlanta itself, so it’s no surprise that this house is older than most of the structures in the city.
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City of Atlanta, GA Jun 14
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SchomburgCenter Jun 14
We would like to honor Audre Lorde for month, an exceptional writer and civil rights activist, or how she likes to describes herself as a “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet”.
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The Center for Photographers of Color Jun 13
Lorna Simpson Embraces the Blues
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Mark Anthony Neal Jun 13
Augustine Tolton, Ex-Slave and First Black Priest in U.S., Takes Step to Sainthood
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Mark Anthony Neal Jun 13
TRAILER: Netflix’s Beautifully Animated ‘Pachamama’ is an Homage to Peru’s Ancient Andean Culture via
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abby Jun 12
Beyoncé's first spoken interview in 6 years. RT for clear skin ✨
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Jun 13
Barbara Jordan made history as the first woman elected to the Texas Senate in 1966, & then as the first African American woman from the Deep South to win a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1972. Watch our Summit:
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Jun 13
In 1968, Shirley Chisholm became the first Black woman to be elected to Congress. Then, in 1972, she sought the nomination for president. Chisholm carved out new roles for women in politics. Watch our Summit:
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Jun 13
The Housewives’ League of Detroit was organized in 1930, striving to maintain wealth within the black community. The League was a response to the economic despair caused by the Great Depression. Celebrating Women's Empowerment:
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NaturalBeautyOrganic Jun 13
Now you can carry it onto the ✈️. NBO is on the go! 🙃
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Mark Anthony Neal Jun 13
How Racism Has Shaped the American Farming Landscape via
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COMMON Jun 13
Replying to @common
How To Help Sudan: 7 Things You can Do Right Now For A Country In Crisis
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GINO A.VANNELLI Jun 12
Dave Chappelle and spoke about Prince's legacy for Tidal's 'In Praise Of Prince' interview series
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Artists of Colour Jun 12
MOTHER AND CHILD, Elizabeth Catlett, 1944
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Artists of Colour Jun 12
UNTITLED, SHADY GROVE, ALABAMA, Gordon Parks, 1956
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adsero3 Jun 12
There is currently a blackout in Sudan -500 killed -723 injured -650 arrested -48 women raped -6 men raped -1000 missing No western media has reported on the massacre. Copy/paste this tweet or RT to spread awareness and stop it being suppressed
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Mark Anthony Neal Jun 12
"Ashley Heavy Runner Loring vanished without a trace, like 1000s of other Native American women who go missing at alarming rates every year. Around the country, a remarkable movement, driven by Native women themselves, is leading the charge to find them"
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