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Kanye West: His Contribution to Black History

Introduction of Kanye West Music has been deemed the voice of the people, able to convey the sentiments of a community that has been burdened...

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Self-made Millionaire at the age of 15

  https://jaylenbledsoe.com/ “Dream & Think Big. Control Your Future. Own Self Validation. Don’t Seek Validation.” - Jaylen D. Bledsoe Born and raised in Missouri by a single black...

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Granville T. Woods, known as the “Black Edison”

“I believe I can do anything if I just try.” -Granville T. Woods Granville T. Woods was known as the "Black Edison." He was the...
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Lila Fenwick became the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Law School.

In 1956, Lila Fenwick became the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Law School. Fenwick later led the United Nations’ Human Rights Division. She attended Harvard in 1954 when the Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education came down, joining only a handful of women and the only black woman a one year before Ruth Bader Ginsburg started as a first-year student at the school.

Every time you play a portable video game, think of Jerry Lawson.

(December 1, 1940 – April 9, 2011) Photo credits: The Estate of Jerry Lawson (Jerry Lawson) Before Xbox, PlayStation, or even Atari, you had to buy...

The first black-American is known to have earned a bachelor’s degree

EPISODE 31 Podcast Notes Introduction to Alexander Twilight His parents father, Ichabod was black or mulatto His mother, Mary's race, is not certain His education He completed not only the secondary...

Wally Amos was the first black talent agent and an entrepreneur who founded Famous Amos cookies.

Who is Wally Amos? In 1967, he decided to leave the famous William Morris Agency in New York to move to Los Angeles to start...

The First Black woman to receive a patent and Trademark.

Sarah Elisabeth Goode Sarah E. Goode was an entrepreneur and inventor. She was the very first American woman of African heritage to receive...
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Episode 54: The Black Woman who invented Rock n’ Roll Sister Rosetta Tharpe

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