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Flo Apr 18
this feels like the start of something big for us colored folk! i can feel it! 🎊
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Rebecca Larson Apr 15
In case you’re wondering what it’s like to grow up with an ELA teacher as a mom 👩🏻👶🏻 and start tomorrow!!!
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Mr. DeWilde 22h
5th grade students are working on independent choice projects after studying The . Each student is creating an original project that combines art, music, and writing!
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DoubleTreeBirmingham Apr 20
Ain't Misbehavin', the Fats Waller Musical Show, is in ! Until April 29th come see this great theatre tribute to the through song by African American musicans of the 1920's and 30's.
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Lincoln Middle Apr 20
Our next interdisciplinary unit is underway. Yesterday 8th grade social studies scholars learned the Charleston. Thanks for the lessons!
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Bronze Magazine Apr 19
You know and but what about Blanche Dunn? She was the "It Girl" of the . Take some time to check her out, it's up to us to keep these unsung heroes alive.
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I.Chambers Apr 18
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WithLaurel.{OUT NOW} Apr 17
Stepped up in thesiferharlem and was going off! She the NEW
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Rebecca Larson Apr 16
Oreo Project—art out of crumbs. Harlem Renaissance works are inspiring!
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Jennifer Wilks Apr 16
Georgia Douglas Johnson, When I Rise Up
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Rebecca Larson Apr 15
I hope you’re all as excited as Waveland is to start the unit tomorrow
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Andrew Shattuck McBride Apr 15
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Richie Goldstein Apr 14
Replying to @sexmahoney
“[] went to NY on vacation, during that brief trip she met my father–San Francisco born . Pat and Langston had met earlier through their mutual friend during the heyday of the .”
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365 Women Artists Apr 14
Day 14: Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller (American, 1877-1968) Check the blog for more pictures and info! (link in bio)
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Douglas Hill Apr 13
Authentic Student Work! What a great American history project by Mr. Tarshish's 8th period class. One of many great pieces representing the at .
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Alena Singleton Apr 13
And just like that, I need to read everything by &/or about her. AND all at the same time? Yes please! CC:
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Adam, SneakerWonk Apr 13
“This writer seemed to live an ordinary life — but her diaries revealed years of affairs” by Bené Viera
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Charles Roberts Apr 13
1891 Born 4/13 was a novelist of the . Working as a nurse and a librarian, she published two novels, Quicksand (1928) and Passing (1929), and a few short stories. She died 3/30/1964
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Mr. DeWilde Apr 12
Interested in teaching the ? I created a workbook full of activities inspired by artists, poets, and musicians from this historic time period!
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Lisa Diane Apr 12
Replying to @ITooArts
I am in California, but do plan to get to New York!
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