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Queen Cleopatra Was Indeed a Black Woman — Here's 10 Strong Arguments Why!
The Infamous Letter That Frederick Douglas Wrote to Harriet Tubman
Richard Greener, the First Black Student to Graduate from Harvard
Oscar Micheaux, the First African-American Filmmaker
Meet Hercules Posey, George Washington’s Unsung Black Chef
Civil Rights Icon Ruby Bridges Continues Her Fight Against Racism in Schools
Vivian Malone Jones, the First Black Graduate of the University of Alabama
First African American to Receive a Ph.D. From Harvard University
More Than 40,000 Black Soldiers Were Killed in the Civil War
Cathay Williams, the First Black Female in the U.S. Military, Pretended to Be a Man
Jane Bolin: America’s First Black Female Judge
Meet America's First Ever Black Female Senator
The Slave Who Cleverly Stole a Confederate Ship and Freed Himself With 15 Others
MLK Was 15-Years Old When He Finished High School, and 19 When He Graduated College
The First African Americans to Serve in Congress
The FBI Tried to Destroy Martin Luther King, Jr
Meet the First Black Woman Elected to the U.S. Congress
Meet the First Black Federal Judge in the United States
Black Woman Who is Deaf and Blind Graduates From Harvard Law School
Meet the First Black Woman to Run For Vice President in the United States