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& host Historian and President of Gratz College Dr. Paul Finkelman discussing his book Supreme Injustice: Slavery in the Nation's Highest Court.
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Freedom Rider Dr. Rip Bratton
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We are having fun today at celebrating the new show on ! Check our your favorite book at !
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AuburnAveResearch Feb 15
Dorothy Bolden & Black Domestic Worker Resistance
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FultonCountyGeorgia Feb 15
We have a new mascot at Fulton County...a real live Atlanta Hawk. He was spotted on the 10th Floor of the Government Center, outside the window of our Customer Experience & Solutions Director Brigitte Bailey. His perch gives him a perfect bird's eye view of downtown Atlanta.
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AuburnAveResearch Feb 15
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Georgia Library News Feb 14
White House budget proposal continues to miscalculate the value of libraries
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#ADPhD Feb 15
Staff discuss the challenges of cataloging Sojourner Truth's Narrative. via Rubenstein Library - Sojourner...
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Barbara Arnwine Feb 14
Today we honor George H. White, who was the nation’s only elected Black prosecutor (1887-94); the nation’s only AfAm Congressman (1896-1900); &, pres of Philadelphia’s 1st Black-owned commercial savings bank, among other accomplishments.
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Koritha Mitchell Feb 15
A crucial figure to honor for both (Feb) and (March) — P​LEASE​ ​SHARE WIDELY! "Know Frederick Douglass and Elizabeth Cady Stanton? You should also know Frances E. W. Harper"
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OurPresidents Feb 15
Sharon Farmer was the first woman and the first African American to be named Chief White House Photographer:
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Barbara Arnwine Feb 9
Today we honor Mary Ann Shadd Cary, a teacher, journalist, lawyer, suffragist, and newspaper editor. She was also the 1st Black woman to vote in a nat. election, the 1st woman student at Howard University Law School, & Union Army recruiter
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