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Back in your day you'd throw a fit if a black person drank out of the same water fountain as you

Back in your day you'd throw a fit if a black person drank out of the same water fountain as you

James A. Hall was the first black person ever selected to serve as a Tennessee state trooper. Hall was hired on August 1, 1964, but sent to the Driver’s License Division because it could not be determined when he would be assigned to road duty as a trooper. It was not until October 1, 1965, […]  The...James A. Hall was the first black person ever selected to serve as a Tennessee state trooper. Hall was hired on August 1, 1964, but sent to the Driver’s License Division because it could not be…

James A. Hall was the first black person ever selected to serve as a Tennessee state trooper. Hall was hired on August 1, 1964, but sent to the Driver’s License Division because it could not be determined when he would be assigned to road duty as a trooper. It was not until October 1, 1965, […] The...James A. Hall was the first black person ever selected to serve as a Tennessee state trooper. Hall was hired on August 1, 1964, but sent to the Driver’s License Division because it could not be…

The 1st Black person to receive the Most Valuable College Player Award was Frederick “Duke” Slater (1898-1966) who played the tackle position with the University of Iowa’s undefeated team in 1921. He became a municipal court judge in Chicago in 1948. He was the 1st Black person elected to the College Football Hall of Fame at Rutgers in 1951 #BlackHistory #BlackExcellence #BlackHistoryEveryMonth #BlackHistoryIsAmericanHistory #BlackHistoryRocks #todayinblackhistory…

The 1st Black person to receive the Most Valuable College Player Award was Frederick “Duke” Slater (1898-1966) who played the tackle position with the University of Iowa’s undefeated team in 1921. He became a municipal court judge in Chicago in 1948. He was the 1st Black person elected to the College Football Hall of Fame at Rutgers in 1951 #BlackHistory #BlackExcellence #BlackHistoryEveryMonth #BlackHistoryIsAmericanHistory #BlackHistoryRocks #todayinblackhistory…

CMSGT Fred Archer, Tuskegee Airmen, The first African American to earn the rank of Chief Master Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force

CMSGT Fred Archer, Tuskegee Airmen, The first African American to earn the rank of Chief Master Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force

June 12, 1886, The Georgia State Supreme Court sustained the will of the late David Dickson. This made Amanda Eubanks the wealthiest Negro in America. Mr. Dickson, a former slaveholder, willed more than half a million dollars to Ms. Eubanks. White relatives of Dickson, a bachelor, had contested the will on the grounds that it was illegal for a white man to leave property to his black illegitimate children.

June 12, 1886, The Georgia State Supreme Court sustained the will of the late David Dickson. This made Amanda Eubanks the wealthiest Negro in America. Mr. Dickson, a former slaveholder, willed more than half a million dollars to Ms. Eubanks. White relatives of Dickson, a bachelor, had contested the will on the grounds that it was illegal for a white man to leave property to his black illegitimate children.

pinning this again... lmao @that hetcis white man that tried to talk shit on my pin... like u dont determine if ive struggled or not...

pinning this again... lmao @that hetcis white man that tried to talk shit on my pin... like u dont determine if ive struggled or not...

http://www.blackgirldangerous.org/2014/08/things-stop-distracted-black-person-gets-murdered-police/

http://www.blackgirldangerous.org/2014/08/things-stop-distracted-black-person-gets-murdered-police/

John Lewis Wilson was the only black person appointed to a team of seven architects to design the Harlem River Houses in New York. Wilson came from a prominent Mississippi family. He was the first black student to attend Columbia University’s School of Architecture in 1923.  Source: Blacks Firsts: Groundbreaking Events in African American History

John L. Wilson Jr., 91, Architect Of Harlem River Houses, Is Dead

John Lewis Wilson was the only black person appointed to a team of seven architects to design the Harlem River Houses in New York. Wilson came from a prominent Mississippi family. He was the first black student to attend Columbia University’s School of Architecture in 1923. Source: Blacks Firsts: Groundbreaking Events in African American History

You can always count on some rich Black person to think about their money and lie to say racism doesn't exist in America. We all know better than that....don't we? #natturnerlives #blacklivesmatter #DarrenSeals #TyreKing #TerenceCrutcher #getout #bencarson #immergrantslaves #TawonBoyd #5150nation #IndiaKager #TamirRice #KorrynGaines #policebrutality #colinkaepernick #SandraBland #FreddieGray #davidbanner #chemtrails #GxldenGods #AltonSterling #PhilandoCastile #steverogers #trump #captain

You can always count on some rich Black person to think about their money and lie to say racism doesn't exist in America. We all know better than that....don't we? #natturnerlives #blacklivesmatter #DarrenSeals #TyreKing #TerenceCrutcher #getout #bencarson #immergrantslaves #TawonBoyd #5150nation #IndiaKager #TamirRice #KorrynGaines #policebrutality #colinkaepernick #SandraBland #FreddieGray #davidbanner #chemtrails #GxldenGods #AltonSterling #PhilandoCastile #steverogers #trump #captain

On November 6,1880, George Poage was born. He was the 1st African American athlete to win a medal in the 1904 Olympic Games in St. Louis. He passed in 1962, aged 82.

On November 6,1880, George Poage was born. He was the 1st African American athlete to win a medal in the 1904 Olympic Games in St. Louis. He passed in 1962, aged 82.

PATRICIA BATH, (Nov.4, 1942-Present)  Inventor - In 1981 she began work on  the "Laserphaco Probe." It utilized a laser and two tubes, one of which served for irrigation and the other for suctions (aspiration). The laser was used to make a small incision in the eye and the laser would quickly vaporize the cataracts. She was the 1st Black person to complete a residency in ophthalmology in 1970. Her parents instilled within her a feeling of opportunity and excitement for her future.

PATRICIA BATH, (Nov.4, 1942-Present) Inventor - In 1981 she began work on the "Laserphaco Probe." It utilized a laser and two tubes, one of which served for irrigation and the other for suctions (aspiration). The laser was used to make a small incision in the eye and the laser would quickly vaporize the cataracts. She was the 1st Black person to complete a residency in ophthalmology in 1970. Her parents instilled within her a feeling of opportunity and excitement for her future.

The Mis-Education of The Negro (by Dr. Carter G. Woodson)  Originally released in 1933, The Mis-Education of the Negro continues to resonate today, raising questions that readers are still trying to answer. The impact of slavery on the Black psyche is explored and questions are raised about our education system, such as what and who African Americans are educated for, the difference between education and training

The Mis-Education of The Negro (by Dr. Carter G. Woodson) Originally released in 1933, The Mis-Education of the Negro continues to resonate today, raising questions that readers are still trying to answer. The impact of slavery on the Black psyche is explored and questions are raised about our education system, such as what and who African Americans are educated for, the difference between education and training

Black 'Cat Person' Tee - Men's Regular & Big

Fifth Sun Black 'Cat Person' Tee - Men's Regular & Big

Black 'Cat Person' Tee - Men's Regular & Big

Everyone is being systematically driven to hate and see blacks as the enemy and even to shoot and kill. Why would anyone who had a soul... Nevermind. Meanwhile, the real crooks who are robbing and stealing from Americans are getting promoted and handshakes! The govt has done a great job in getting the citizen's eyes off them. Dont forget The media and news channels only give the viewers what u want to see, that doesnt mean no other crimes took place that day. They give U what you want to…

Everyone is being systematically driven to hate and see blacks as the enemy and even to shoot and kill. Why would anyone who had a soul... Nevermind. Meanwhile, the real crooks who are robbing and stealing from Americans are getting promoted and handshakes! The govt has done a great job in getting the citizen's eyes off them. Dont forget The media and news channels only give the viewers what u want to see, that doesnt mean no other crimes took place that day. They give U what you want to…