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Brittany Packnett Feb 24
Y’all came thru for the make up. I see you!!!
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1204LOUNGE Apr 23
Black History is not reserved for black people, but it's for the world to know that BLACK people have an expertise, craftsmanship, and perspective that is unprecedented. ⠀
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ForeverSalty Feb 28
Mom, dropping some knowledge through quilts at her senior community
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Jay Pitter Feb 22
As Black History Month 2019 comes to a close, I’d like to celebrate by: providing 3 emerging to mid career Black city-builders with a thirty-minute “ask me anything” about building YOUR career chat this weekend.
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FIYAH Literary Magazine Feb 21
"It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. " -Frederick Douglass
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Litesa Wallace Feb 26
The next mayor of Chicago will be a Black woman.
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The Crisis Magazine Feb 24
We honor the civil rights icon and human rights activist Coretta Scott King this
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Laura Scott Feb 27
Inspired to have students full of such creativity, heart, and desire to change the world one message at a time. 👏🏽
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1204LOUNGE Apr 18
Black History is made everyday! View our latest video honoring Zelda Wynn Valdes, luxury costume and fashion designer to your favorite celebrities!
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Prof. Suddler Feb 24
winning at the is the most thing that could have happened.
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FIYAH Literary Magazine Feb 22
"When an individual is protesting society's refusal to acknowledge his dignity as a human being, his very act of protest confers dignity on him." -Bayard Rustin
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Joyce Beatty Feb 27
In addition to advocating for civil rights, Frederic Douglass was also a pioneer of organized labor, serving as the president of the Colored National Labor Union.
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stephanie allen Feb 22
Slowly the stories of displaced Black communities in Canada are emerging. Little Burgundy was displaced under urban renewal, community assets lost. Redress must include rebuilding comminity assets.
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FIYAH Literary Magazine Feb 19
"I would like to be remembered as a person who wanted to be free... so other people would be also free." -Rosa Parks
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YLAC Feb 27
About last week...words can’t express how inspired we are by our Black Canadian Youth. They know no bounds as to what they can achieve; are rooted as the legacy-keepers of this next generation; and are unapologetically proud of their history. Boundless, Rooted & Proud
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Fʀᴇᴅᴅʏ Pʀɪɴᴛᴢ 🍧 Feb 26
“BLACK IS SOMETHING WE DON’T GET TO CHOOSE BUT IT IS SOMETHING WE GET TO CHERISH”
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Kate B. Tayloe Feb 27
Margaret Weller Stargell & her twin sister, Frances Weller, were the first students of color to integrate Alderman. Today we took a trip down memory lane & visited their 1st grade classrooms before they graciously co-hosted our Assembly.
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Jesse Lee Peterson Feb 22
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Dorien Feb 17
I feel incredibly blessed to call these two “friend.” ⁦⁩ and I became great friends during ⁦⁩ and I can’t wait to wait to see what ⁦⁦⁩ and I do with ⁦!
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Derrick Johnson Feb 23
Civil rights activist Pan-Africanist Sociologist Educator Historian Writer Editor Poet Scholar All of these words describe founder W.E.B. Du Bois born on this day in 1868 To honor his birthday, help us sustain his legacy. See link:
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