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Brittany Packnett Feb 24
Y’all came thru for the make up. I see you!!!
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Brittany Packnett Feb 22
Black History is really all year but, upon hearing the vote, the new Special Season™️, henceforth known as BLACK HISTORY SUMMER, shall commence on Juneteenth and conclude on ’s birthday, because after the February (and really, American e…
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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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Angela Conley Feb 22
Thank you to for the feature. “We've got a brand new black commissioner in the Hennepin County Government Center. We've got so many strong leaders in the community who are doing this work and it's going to pay off.” - Your D4Commish. !
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Dana O'Neil Feb 19
At a time when coaches are less inclined to speak up, athletes are finding their voices.
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CBC Books Feb 10
6 black Canadian writers to watch in 2019.
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Kimberly Bryant Feb 25
This made my ENTIRE for the win! 🤣
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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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US Embassy Ghana Feb 25
How much do you know about African-American achievements in civil rights, technology, sports and more? Take our quiz and don’t forget to share your results on social media!
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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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Sandalwood SAC Feb 21
is lighting up the darkness with the incredible today. Beauty, confidence and inspiration for
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Jesse Lee Peterson Feb 22
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Ontario NDP Feb 28
Replying to @OntarioNDP
Viola Desmond was a Halifax salon owner, providing skin and hair products for Black women. Criminally charged for 1¢ tax evasion after sitting in the lower section of a segregated cinema, Viola mounted a legal challenge that propelled the civil rights movement.
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Ontario NDP Feb 27
Replying to @OntarioNDP
Mary Ann Shad Cary founded an integrated school in Windsor and the Provincial Freeman newspaper, and was the first woman to earn a law degree from Howard University. She joined the US suffrage movement, and was the first Black woman to vote in a national election there.
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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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Ailish Campbell Feb 25
+👍💃🏿 Awesome thread!
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Pamela Gordon Mar 1
It was an inspiring conclusion to BMH celebration! Student designed fashions, dancers, our choir and Drumline and dancers! Thank you to everyone who worked diligently to make this a success!!!
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Terry D. Feb 28
Replying to @ClintSmithIII
You haven't heard, Prof? The "community" is planning a do-over in July! I guess you'd consider it summer school or a fast break session. 😂 Details to come I'm sure...😊
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NYPD 19th Precinct Feb 24
During Black History Month we celebrate the achievements of Joyce A. Stephen, who was the 1st African-American female Captain in the New York City Police Department.
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US Embassy Ghana Feb 19
Gen. Colin Powell was the first African American to serve on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He was the 65th United States Secretary of State, from 2001 to 2005, the first African American to serve in that position. Can you tell us which president of the U.S. he served under?
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