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Madeline Jackson aka “Sahji” was a stunning 1940′s exotic shake dancer. Little is know about her life but these snippets are left behind. She even graced the cover of Jet magazine announcing her career change to singing. While there is no known footage of her singing, there is video of her sultry dancing.

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Eunique Jones Gibson's 'Because of Them, We Can' Campaign (Dr. Maulana Karenga ) Did you know that Dr. Karenga created the Pan-African and African American holiday, Kwanzaa?

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Flickriver: Okinawa Soba's most interesting photos

Horace King was an Alabama slave and architect who reached a high level of prominence in the mid-1800s. King became one of the most respected bridge architects in the Chattahoochee River Valley. His legacy is still alive in the amazing spiraling staircase of the Alabama State Capital.

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"Mulatto ex-slave in her house near Greensboro, Alabama, May 1941.. " Delano, Jack -- Photographer. May 1941

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DIY Pretty Legs Cream Using Essential Oils

DIY Pretty Legs Cream Using Essential Oils - Sweet Simple Living

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