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Ebony Glenn Feb 23
I usually don’t draw comics’ but I just had to after watching Black Panther! Yes, it was THAT good and it deserves all the hype.
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MAKERS Feb 23
“I want to be defined as a black woman filmmaker because that's the lens through which I'm working—that is my gaze. I'm proud of it.” , director of ’s forthcoming film 'A ', giving us realness 🙌
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Oliver McGee PhD MBA 8h
My heartfelt congratulations goes out to the first Black President of The Foundation who is the Distinguished Honoree of the Black Conservative Federation! Retweet in honor of this fine American for
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Quiana❤️ 12h
Evolution of black people dances for our Black History Assembly😂
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Cincinnati Reds 2h
In 1996, Hall of Famer Barry Larkin became the first shortstop ever to hit 30 homers and steal 30 bases in a season.
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NASA History Office Feb 23
Today for we honor engineer, physician and astronaut Mae Jemison who became the first black woman in space when she crewed STS-47 in 1992.
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Qasim Rashid, Esq. Feb 23
Replying to @MuslimIQ
Meet Elizabeth Freeman—the first person in Massachusetts state history to successfully sue for her freedom. Her victory laid the groundwork for the emancipation of enslaved people across the Commonwealth. What an inspiring and courageous person.✊🏽 /23
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cta 11h
For , we’re proud to salute “CTA Pioneers.” Here's a photo of Mary Wallace, who, in 1974, became the first woman to drive a CTA bus. The Englewood native remained on the job for 33 years before retiring!
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Shaun Mitri 6h
On this day in Black History, February 24th 19 years ago, Juvenile dropped one of the greatest hits of all time: “Back That Azz Up”.
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NWLC 11h
Almost all social justice movements were and are carried on the backs of Black women. And yet, Black women have historically been erased or ignored in the history books. It's well past time to change that.
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Nina Turner 14h
There. It. Is! No matter what, keep going!
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UN Women Feb 23
"The span of my hips, The stride of my step, The curl of my lips. I'm a woman Phenomenally." - , whose words always inspire us in our fight for equal rights.
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National Geographic 3h
Matthew Henson may have been the first man, black or white, to reach the North Pole
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Pew Research Fact Tank Feb 22
The share of U.S. blacks ages 25 and older who have completed four years of college or more has roughly doubled since 1993.
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Philip Lewis 12h
An entire Manhattan village owned by black people was destroyed to build Central Park
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Loukanikos the totally queer doggo boss Feb 22
Replying to @bell_shakur
Why not also give some recognition to black WWII soldiers who contributed to the wondrous fight to ensure the brutal deaths of Nazis for ? Black 12th AD Soldier with Nazi war prisoners.
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Marc Benioff Feb 23
During  , we remember the words of these powerful Voices of Equality.
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The Root 4h
. had a celebration & thought it was a good idea to serve kool-aid & watermelon flavored water:
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NARAL 10h
. isn’t just one of the biggest music stars of the 21st century—she’s also the founder of the , which supports & funds groundbreaking education, health & emergency response programs around the globe. Learn more:
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Chuck Schumer 13h
Thinking of Frederick Douglass’s powerful words today as we continue to celebrate . Read the full text of his famous 1852 speech in Rochester, NY via
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