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Queen Cleopatra Was Indeed a Black Woman — Here's 10 Strong Arguments Why!
Yusuke Was a Former Slave From Africa Who Became Japan's First Black Samurai in the 1500s
Jane Cooke Wright, M.D., an African American Who Pioneered The Advancement of Cancer Medicine
Despite Being Born a Free Black Woman, Sarah Parker Remond Fought Against Slavery
Sojourner Truth Was 29-Years Old When She Escaped Slavery with Her Young Daughter
James Forten, a Black Inventor and Shipping Businessman in the 1800s
The Infamous Letter That Frederick Douglas Wrote to Harriet Tubman
A Black Man Named Alexander Pushkin is Considered to be the Father of Russian Literature
Jack Johnson, the First African American Boxer to Be a Heavyweight Champion
Meet David Harris, the First Black Pilot For a Commercial Airline
Richard Greener, the First Black Student to Graduate from Harvard
Janice Bryant Howroyd, the First Black Woman to Own and Run a Billion-Dollar Company
Oscar Micheaux, the First African-American Filmmaker
Why Jim Brown is One of the Greatest NFL Players of All Time
Mary Alexander, the First Black Woman to Appear in Coca-Cola Advertisements
Meet Hercules Posey, George Washington’s Unsung Black Chef
Civil Rights Icon Ruby Bridges Continues Her Fight Against Racism in Schools
Oshkosh B'Gosh Store Was Named After a Black Indian Named Chief Oshkosh
The History of Birthday Celebrations
The Slave That Packed Himself in a Box and Mailed Himself to Freedom