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The HistoryMakers
Non-profit research and educational institution creating a digital archive of the untold personal stories of well-known and unsung African Americans.
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Firelight Media Apr 23
TONIGHT - Watch or Stream BOSS: The Black Experience In Business at 8pm ET / 7pm CT -
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PBS Black Culture Apr 22
YES! airs 4/23 and we want to hear your thoughts.
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rolandsmartin Apr 19
Get ready fam! I'm going to lead the national Twitter Chat for Boss: The Black Experience in Business. Tune-in or stream the film on Tuesday, April 23 at 8pm and join the live convo using .
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Stanley Nelson Apr 18
With Ariel Investments CEO John Rogers and ⁦⁩ president Julieanna Richardson at ⁦⁩ interviewed for Boss: The Black Experience in Business.
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NABJ Headquarters Apr 12
EXCLUSIVE: New film by , "Boss: The Black Experience in Business" airs on 4/23 feat. founder Cathy Hughes. is proud to partner w/ for this moment.
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TellThemWeAreRising Apr 11
Countless black entrepreneurs come out of HBCUs – Can you tag a business owner from your HBCU? BOSS: The Black Experience in Business premieres April 23 at 8pm ET on , a film by , and
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Stanley Nelson Apr 11
Mark your calendars for Boss: The Black Experience in Business. Airs on April 23 at 8pm ET.
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The HistoryMakers Apr 10
“There is tremendous amount of wealth generated when it’s generated within the community.” Tune in April 23 @ 8PM
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Howard University Apr 9
Please join – the nation’s largest African American video oral history archive – for Research Week 2019, TODAY, at 10:00am.
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The HistoryMakers Apr 6
Dr. Earl Lewis delivers the OAH Presidential Address
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Merck Apr 4
Take an exclusive first look as Ken Frazier is featured in ’s film highlighting 150+ years of African American entrepreneurship. Stay tuned for the full film airing on 4/23!
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Stanley Nelson Apr 3
Boss: The Black Experience in Business traces the highs and lows of African American business pioneers. Tune in on on April 23 at 8pm
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The HistoryMakers Mar 29
Replying to @howardlawschool
ACH, “We were on the campus at the same time was working on the strategy for breaking through on the segregation…Pauli Murray had already challenged two schools, one school for not letting her in because she was a woman. And the other...because she was black.”
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The HistoryMakers Mar 29
Replying to @NationalNOW @HowardU
Late labor activist and co-founder Aileen Clarke Hernandez, who attended in the late 1940s and worked with Pauli Murray in 1966 to establish NOW, remembered the coordinated strategy used to promote equality
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The HistoryMakers Mar 29
Many universities were only open to men well into the 1960s. Pauli Murray, a leader in women’s and African American equal rights movements, was the first African American to earn a J.S.D. degree from in 1965.
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Stanley Nelson Mar 28
Have you paid the cost to be the boss? We are celebrating Black entrepreneurs and biz leaders on April 23 with the premiere of Boss: The Black Experience in Business. Save the date!
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The HistoryMakers Mar 28
Seen the trailer for the new doc we co-executive produced? Directed by , features great scholars like and biz leaders and icons Richelieu Dennis, Cathy Hughes, Robert F. Smith, Madam CJ Walker and Ida B Wells
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The HistoryMakers Mar 28
Replying to @TheHstryMakers
M Spencer, "There were professors who reported to newspapers that they were carrying guns and that if they were approached by black students, they would not hesitate… there were a number of incidents that had the potential to cause a lot of bad outcomes that were averted.”
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The HistoryMakers Mar 28
Replying to @TheHstryMakers
Michael Spencer, “Cornell was probably one of the most, if not the most, racially supercharged campuses in the country. When I visited the campus prior to my admission I went to what was the Africana Center at that time… When I came back…it was burned down.
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