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Today in Black History: Hale A. Woodruff

Hale A. Woodruff, educator and painter, was born in Cairo, IL, on this date in 1900. Woodruff held shows at Atlanta University that helped showcase Black artists.    Click Here to purchase your copy of “Rising Up: Hale Woodruff’s Murals at Talladega College” by Stephanie Mayer Heydt

 
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Today in Black History: Jean Baptiste Lislet-Geoffroy

Jean Baptiste Lislet-Geoffroy, a scientist who became the first Black to be admitted as a member of the French Academy of Sciences, was born on this date in 1755.  Click Here to purchase your copy of “Memoir and notice explanatory of a Chart of Madagascar and the north-eastern Archipelago of Mauritius” by Jean Baptiste Lislet

 
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Harry Belafonte’s ‘Sing Your Song’ Premiere on TVOne

A couple of weeks ago we posted the article ‘mr. carter, please meet Mr. Belafonte’, where we wrote about the outrageous way the rapper Jay-Z criticized civil rights icon Mr. Harry Belafonte. In the article we also described some of Mr. Belafonte’s work and achievements. Today we have great news! On Sunday, August 25, at 11am

 
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