Paulette Brown is the first black woman to lead the 400,000 - member American Bar Association, which until 1943, did not allow African-Americans to join. She is a graduate of Howard University and Seton Hall Law School. #BlackHistory
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"Cash Crop" features 15 life-size sculptures of human beings in shackles representing the 15 million human beings kidnapped and transported by sea during the trans-Atlantic slave trade. This haunting sculptural exploration will be augmented by historical documents on loan from the Delaware County Bar Association and objects from the Lest We Forget Black Holocaust Museum of Slavery. ['Cash Crop' on display at the African American Museum in Philadelphia 2014]
WHITE LIONS.....a rare color variation caused by a recessive gene that is currently only found in captivy.....It is a color form and not a separate species.....males are 5.6 to 8.3 feet long with 27 to 41 inch tail.....males are 330 to 570 pounds.....only big cat that live in groups called "prides".....can eat up to 140 pounds of meat at a time.....roars can be heard up to 5 miles away
Blue Tobiano...American Paint Horse is a breed of horse that combines both the conformational characteristics of a western stock horse with a pinto spotting pattern of white and dark coat colors. Developed from a base of spotted horses with Quarter Horse and Thoroughbred bloodlines, the American Paint Horse Association (APHA) breed registry is now one of the fastest-growing in North America.
A native of Arcadia, Louisiana, James Cobb attended Straight University and Fisk University and studied law at Howard University. He was admitted to the bar in 1902 and began working for Howard University in 1917. Cobb was a member of the Washington Bar Association for black lawyers and a special assistant to the attorney general. In 1925 President Coolidge appointed him a municipal court judge; he was the only African American on the municipal bench.