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PPE, or personal protective equipment, must be worn/user correctly in order to be effective. This visual provides some great examples how to how they get seriously jacked up #NursingSchool #InfectionControl #NCLEX

PPE, or personal protective equipment, must be worn/user correctly in order to be effective. This visual provides some great examples how to how they get seriously jacked up

Harlem-Flapper-1928. Perhaps the greatest influence to the 1920's era came from the African-American – and the gift of Jazz, developing rapidly during the 1920′s under the banner of “The Harlem Renaissance”.Black American women had not only to fight for female emancipation, but had to scale the long ladder of civil rights . She played an enormous role in the liberation of all women.

Jazz Age Black Beauty, African American Flapper w/ Fur Shawl Coat by James Van Der Zee, the pre-eminent African-American portrait photographer in New York City during the and

The first Black pianist to win national fame was Thomas Greene Bethune, [Blind Tom]. He was also the first black artist known to have performed at the White House. Then about ten years old, he played the piano for President James Buchanan. Born a slave near Columbus, Georgia, Bethune’s talent as a composer and a pianist was soon recognized by Colonel Bethune, who had purchased him in 1850.

Thomas Greene Bethune, nicknamed Blind Tom, Black pianist to win national…

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 in REIDSVILLE, NC. Baby Formula company PET jumped on the opportunity to use these little baby girls as …

ELIZABETH KECKLEY, a freed slave and the first African American Fashion Designer at the White House.

"Elizabeth Hobbs Keckley (Circa Feb 1818 - May was former slave who became a successful businesswoman (seamstress/fashion designer), civic activist, author and close friend, confidante and advisor to Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of President Abraham Lincoln.