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N is for natural

Black ABC’s - found this one - far too obscure for a child learning the alphabet. On this occasion 'nurse' would be much more suitable.

Curly short hair styles always look adorable on little girls. As a result, we see many young girls sport curls.

The Black ABC's

The Black(Melanated) ABC's created/distributed by the Society of Visual Education in Chicago, Illinois in

Dans ma tête en temps réel (ou presque)

Leather trench coats--Black Panther party, founded in The iconic styles associated with black activism in the (natural hair, black leather, etc.) didn't arise until the later part of the decade.

Yuri Kochiyama, Japanese-American activist, Malcolm X Ally and a former member of the Black Panther Party has died at the age of 93. She spent two years in an internment camp and helped win reparations for Japanese-Americans.

Japanese-American human rights activist, Yuri Kochiyama. She cradled Malcolm X’s head as he lay dying.

Lucinda Todd and daughter Nancy. She was the actual FIRST plaintiff in the Brown v. Board case! She was an AKA!! Talk about 1st in service! Topeka, Kansas - Separate Is Not Equal

Lucinda Todd and her daughter Nancy. Lucinda Todd was the secretary of the Topeka branch of the NAACP and the first plaintiff to volunteer in the lawsuit against the Topeka Board of Education.

Half-pint hawtness

Kinky-Curly Natural Hair Care located in Beverly Hills, California. High performance natural hair care products for kinky, curly and wavy hair.

Breck Girl Donna Alexander of East Orange, New Jersey. New Jersey’s Junior Miss, 1974.     John H. Breck, Inc.

Breck Shampoo Donna Alexander, the first African-American Breck Girl 1974 ( Breck was the only shampoo that my grandmother could use on one of my aunt's hair--she fondly told me this when I brought some home when Breck relaunched some time in the

BLACK HISTORY MONTH MAGAZINES: NEGRO DIGEST Negro Digest was originally founded in 1942 by Johnson Publishing as the black version of Reader’s Digest. It was John Johnson’s first publication, and he...

BLACK HISTORY MONTH MAGAZINES: NEGRO DIGEST Negro Digest was originally founded in 1942 by Johnson Publishing as the black version of Reader’s Digest. It was John Johnson’s first publication, and he...

William Still- helped many escaped slaves find homes and jobs in Philadelphia and he wrote a book after the Civil War about the Underground Railroad. (Cassie)

William Still- helped many escaped slaves find homes and jobs in Philadelphia and he wrote a book after the Civil War about the Underground Railroad.

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