African American woman in the 1890s

Make one special photo charms for your pets, compatible with your Pandora bracelets. African American woman in the

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It's called buck breaking and slave owners routinely did this and even had special camps for it.HOW DISGUSTINGLY REPULSIVE.

A black man on the two dollar bill.

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blackhistoryalbum:  Femme Fatale | The Black Victorians | 1890s via Black History Album, The Way We WereFollow us on TUMBLR, PINTEREST

Madame Vice President: Minnie Brown (taken at White Studios, NY, “She was an actress and singer, and a member of the Williams Walker Vaudevillian troupe. In 1920 she served as vice president for the National Association of Negro Musicians.

He was an African American legal giant. She was a Filipino American secretary…

Thurgood Marshall’s interracial love: ‘I don’t care what people think. I’m marrying you.’

He was an African American legal giant. She was a Filipino American secretary. Cissy Marshall, now recalls their life together and the history she witnessed.

19th-century American Women: Photo Archives - African American Women & the Language of the Fan

Woman in dark dress with roses on bodice. Harper Collection at Florida Memory Project. photographer, Alvan S. Harper, photograph taken after the

Chicago, 1941 by Russell Lee

Part of the Easter parade on the South Side, Chicago, April, 1941 // by Russell Lee. From "Bronzeville: Black Chicago in Pictures: by Maren Stange.

From Facebook - "Vintage African American Photographs " page 9/2015.

Kindness radiates from their expressions

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