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A Salute to Black History

Understanding Wisdom And FOREVER Appreciating The Past


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Below, right, and left are links that will enrich your knowledge of the past and present selfless contributions made by just a FEW of our MANY great African Americans. As you read the wealth of information on the pages, think about how our world would be today without the selfless contributions and what we have learned from the good and the bad. Also, recognize the unbending focus and intensity of their efforts despite repeated rejections and unfulfilled expectations.

   

We must continue to remember and respect our heritage (even though one might not agree with the actions of some--it is still history) by never saying good-bye to yesterday, for we are still standing on their shoulders—yesterday made our present possible.  Appreciate OUR Past . . .

   
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Politics and Activists

   
   

 
 - Medgar Evers
 - Al Sharpton
 - Harriet Tubman

 - Fred Shuttlesworth
 
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 - Nat Turner
 - Clifton Wharton

 - Patricia Harris
 - Thurgood Marshall
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 - Shirley Chisholm
 - Condoleezza Rice
 - Barbara Jordan
 - Denmark Vesey
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» Booker T. Washington » P. B. S. Pinchback » Kweisi Mfume » Harold Washington
» Carl Stokes » Jessie Jackson » Bennie Thompson » Percy Sutton
» Colin Powell » Charles Houston » Andrew Young » Arturo Alfonso Schomburg
» William H. Gray, III » Paul Robeson » Philip Randolph » Maurice F. Rabb, Jr.
» W. E. B. Dubois » Dr. Leonard Jefferies » Vernon Jordan » Angela Davis
» Huey Newton » Artur Davis » James Leonard Farmer, Jr. » Denise Nappier
» Bobby Seale » Ron Brown » Ron Dellums » Roy Innis
» Arthur Fletcher » David Dinkins » Robert C. Weaver » Mary Church Terrell
» Xernona Brady » Justice Robert Benham » Whitney Young » Judge Paul Brady
» Reuben Anderson » Maulana Karenga » Fannie Lou Hamer » Alan Page
» Barry Black » Chief Judge Leslie King » Macon Boiling Allen » Rosa Parks
» Abraham Bolden » Corney West » John Willis Menard » Clarence Thomas
» Dougals Wilder » Sharon Pratt Kelly » E. Frederic Morrow » Stokley Carmichael
» Irene Berger » Tom Bradley » Wellington Webb » Eddie Bernice Johnson
» Blanche Bruce » Jonathan Jasper Wright » John Roy Lynch » Adam Clayon Powell, Jr.
» Rodney E. Slater » Lucy Stone » Oscar Adams » Joseph Rainey
 

 

 

First African American United States Attorney General

Eric Himpton Holder, Jr.

   
   

   
   

Civil Rights Act of 1964

   
   

   
   

 

   
   

A Salute to Coretta Scott King - A Virtuous Woman

Coretta Scott King's Obituary

The Memory of Coretta Scott King - Marion, Alabama

   
   
 

 

   
   

A Salute to Martin Luther King--Stop the Violence

   
   

   
   

The King's First Grandchild

Yolanda Renee King - Born May 25, 2008

   
   

   
   

Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial

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Malcolm X's Speech Heard More Than One-Half of a Century Later (1961)

 

About Malcolm X

The front page of the Brown Daily Herald on May 12, 1961, the day after Malcolm X spoke at the university. This was the clipping that Malcolm Burnley found last year in the library archives at the university.

   



Joseph Lowery, Civil Rights Activist and Minister
 
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18th annual Patricia Roberts Harris Lecture - Senator Edward Brooke III: HU Stream - 2007

   

   
 
Jefferson Franklin Long--Georgia's first African American congressman
   
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John Lewis Honored by the Navy (Ship)

 

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First African American Female Attorney

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Charlotte Ray

 

 

13th Amendment--The Unknown Legacy

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Roland Martin

 

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Roland Martin is an American journalist, syndicated columnist, and author. 

He is a commentator for TV One and the host of News One Now.

 

 

 

Melnea Cass, Activist

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Rev. Dr. William Barber, II

 

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