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Hero Warehouse 11h
Riri Williams is a 15 yr old engineering student that built an Iron Man suit using parts she found from her school. She eventually connects w/Pepper Potts and Tony Stark. As a result, she becomes the superhero called Ironheart.
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Nancy Pelosi 12h
Septima Clark believed education was the greatest tool for empowerment. Today, we honor her for her critical work in teaching literacy and citizenship classes which lives on in the legacy of civic engagement in communities across the country.
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Your Favorite Podcast 18s
Grab your pen and paper b/c class is in session on the new episode of ! 📝 We're schooling you on what actually represents. Plus, we talk Jussie, Steve Harvey and $500 box braids (???) Tune in! Link here
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Elizabeth Warren 13h
Frederick Douglass was an internationally renowned & formerly enslaved abolitionist leader who spent much of his life in MA. His writings exposed the horrors of slavery & captivated the world. This , (& year-round) we celebrate his legacy.
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LiberianGirl 🌻 10h
A MOMENT FOR HISTORY 👑 Credits: duchessmegs tumblr
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Be A King 13h
Take a look at this and be lifted. ❤️
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A Hurell Sandwich 1m
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ECPI University 1m
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Tiffany Smith Hayden 1m
“The way to right wrongs is to turn the light of truth upon them.”- Ida B. Wells
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Matt Cramer 4m
Schwab believes talent comes in a broad spectrum of human qualities and strengths. We honor individuality, respect diverse experiences and perspectives, and it's one of the reasons I love working here!
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Brittany P. Battle 3m
Day 21 of is Queen Mother 's born day, y'all! She was a real one..unwavering in her dedication to and outspokenness on any and everything related to Black folks. We owe her so much gratitude for her art and her voice.
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tvcomicbookshows 2m
Feb/21/19 Debbie Allen Director number8 of the Top28 black Sitcoms Favorite Lena(JadaPinkett)Top10TV Couple(Whitley&Dwayne)Denise spinoff character form Cosby. Aunt May herself Marisa Tomei. Is about Black Colleges
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April 2h
Good morning to President Obama’s “44” bomber jacket. The swaggiest thing about to date. By far.
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Makesha Williamson 12h
Nat Love (c. 1854 – 1921), an African-American cowboy following the American Civil War. In 1907, Love wrote his autobiography, Life and Adventures of Nat Love, his father was a slave foreman in the fields, and his mother managed the kitchen.
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April 10h
Obama doing what he can to save . Came through drippin.
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Prince Valiant 31s
Replying to @WSJ
In America white people file false police reports on black people every day, and nothing happens...
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Makesha Williamson 13h
Buffalo Soldier, were the all-black regiments created in the U.S. Army beginning in 1866. These soldiers received second-class treatment and were often given the worst military assignments & had a lowest desertion rate.
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Dawud Walid 1h
If Malcolm X was in “movement” spaces today, he’d be considered a religious zealot, misogynist homophobe. Most people who celebrate him today in “woke” spaces erase his Islamic identity & moral teachings.They talk about him as if he was some secular Marxist.
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Mpho 5m
“Music can’t just be about the art, but it has to be an expression of the good, bad, and ugly in life.” — Nina Simone from Nina Simone: Four Women showing until 24 February.
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D.V.S.C. 7m
Today, we highlight another African American educator for . Maxine Smith played an integral part in desegregating Memphis schools. In 1961, she escorted 13 kids to their new school and was the 1st African American elected to the Memphis School Board in 1971.
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