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In 1957, Daisy Bates became a household name when she fought for the right of nine Black students to attend the all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas.

While Unsung in '63, Women Weren't Just 'Background Singers'

In 1957, Daisy Bates became a household name when she fought for the right of nine Black students to attend the all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Meet the Black Lives Matter organizer who's turning happiness into a form of protest

Meet the Black Lives Matter organizer who's turning happiness into a form of protest

[21] A Brief Oral History of Modern Street Style | This was fun. But you'd like to know other ways information professionals can preserve the present. Read on --> look to pin [22]. Had enough? Move on --> look to pin [24].

A Brief Oral History of Modern Street Style

[21] A Brief Oral History of Modern Street Style | This was fun. But you'd like to know other ways information professionals can preserve the present. Read on --> look to pin [22]. Had enough? Move on --> look to pin [24].

how to appreciate a culture without appropriating it

how to appreciate a culture without appropriating it

A Brilliant Artist Is Reimagining Superheroes As Black Women

A Brilliant Artist Is Reimagining Superheroes As Black Women

Markus Prime's "B." stands for "Black Renditions of Universal Heroes.

#Yoga lowers inmates’ aggression, anxiety

Yoga lowers inmates’ aggression, anxiety

[25] San Jose State's Japanese internment camp archives to be digitized | You want to discover other marginalized communities --> look to pin [26]. You get it. Move on --> look to pin [32].

[25] San Jose State's Japanese internment camp archives to be digitized | You want to discover other marginalized communities --> look to pin [26]. You get it. Move on --> look to pin [32].

John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History and Culture at Duke University Libraries

John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History and Culture at Duke University Libraries

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