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Little Known Black History Fact: The Fultz Quads were the worlds's first recorded African American identical quadruplets and was born May 23,1946 in REIDSVILLE, NC. Baby Formula company PET jumped on the opportunity to use these little baby girls as endorsements for their product. Interesting story with ultimately a sad ending for these four beauties.

Little Known Black History Fact: The Fultz Quads were the worlds's first recorded African American identical quadruplets and was born May 23,1946 in REIDSVILLE, NC. Baby Formula company PET jumped on the opportunity to use these little baby girls as endorsements for their product. Interesting story with ultimately a sad ending for these four beauties.

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50 Shades of BLACK Presents: History Makers  -a 2014 Black History Month Tribute Poster - free download

50 Shades of BLACK Presents: History Makers -a 2014 Black History Month Tribute Poster - free download

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This man is my HERO! Without his invention, I would not make it through hot HUMID Kentucky summers!!!! THANK YOU Mr. Jones!!

This man is my HERO! Without his invention, I would not make it through hot HUMID Kentucky summers!!!! THANK YOU Mr. Jones!!

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In Honor of Black History Month, I present Black History facts.  It is right to celebrate the sacrifices and accomplishment of our ancestors and other Black Hero's that paved the way.

In Honor of Black History Month, I present Black History facts. It is right to celebrate the sacrifices and accomplishment of our ancestors and other Black Hero's that paved the way.

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In 1921, the Greenwood Avenue district of Tulsa, Oklahoma was an exemplar of what a motivated African American middle class could accomplish. Dubbed, "The Negro Wall Street," Greenwood Avenue was populated by successful African American families, businesses, hospitals and churches. All this would change on May 31.

In 1921, the Greenwood Avenue district of Tulsa, Oklahoma was an exemplar of what a motivated African American middle class could accomplish. Dubbed, "The Negro Wall Street," Greenwood Avenue was populated by successful African American families, businesses, hospitals and churches. All this would change on May 31.

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