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This month the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture gives us another reason to be proud African Americans.

"Growing Up AFRO: Snapshots of Black Childhood from the Afro-American Newspapers" The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture - Baltimore

1963 American hired its first African American stew.

Joan Dorsey was the first African-American flight attendant hired to work for American Airlines. JOAN DORSEY for your sacrifice and for setting a standard which made the life I now love to live possible!

Major Charity Adams Early, the first African American woman commissioned as an officer in the Women's Army Corps

Charity Adams Earley, Black Pioneer in Wacs, Dies at 83

Major Charity Edna Adams Earley was the first African American woman to be an officer in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (later WACS) and was the commanding officer of the first battalion of African American women to serve overseas during World War II.

African American History.

Aww this is a sad photo of an African American boy on the ground and tied up.

On April 14, 1943 Joseph Jenkins (1914-1959) became the first African American commissioned officer in the US Coast Guard. Holding an engineering degree from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Wayne State, he had previously organized the 1279th Combat Engineering Battalion of the Michigan National Guard. In addition to military service he worked for the Michigan State Highway Department where he was Asst Director of the Detroit Metro office at the time of his death…

An article in 1943 announcing that Ensign Joseph Jenkins, the first African-American naval officer, spoke to more than 500 people of the National Alliance of Postal Employees.

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弓道 Kyudo - Might try this some time if possible. I do like archery :)

"Mitochondrial Eve" is estimated to have lived between 99,000 and 200,000 years ago, most likely in East Africa, when Homo sapiens (anatomically modern humans) were developing as a population distinct from other human sub-species. All living humans are descended from this one specific African woman. The dating for "Eve" was a blow to the multiregional hypothesis and a boost to the theory of the origin and dispersion of modern humans from Africa.

No matter how much they deny it every race is Genetically from a female African. People look different due to mutations of the "Eve Gene".

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Members of Sonny Clay’s Coloured Idea (including the singer Ivie Anderson) on deck as they pull into Sydney Harbour, 1928

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30 Stunning Vintage Photos That Show the Beauty of African-American Women During the Harlem Renaissance Era