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Blackfacts.com - Black Facts for April 3rd

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Blackfacts.com - Caver, Vivian Leona (1928 - )

Posted: (6 days ago) Vivian Leona Caver is a civil rights activist in Seattle, Washington. She directed the Seattle Human Rights Commission between 1975 and 1981, and served briefly in the Washington State Legislature in 1994. Caver was born Vivian Leona Mead in 1928, in Jac...

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Blackfacts.com - Beah, Ishmael (1980– )

Posted: (8 days ago) Ishmael Beah is a Sierra Leonean author and human rights activist who rose to fame with his personal history, A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Solider. Beah was born on November 23, 1980, in Mattru Jong, Bonthe District, Sierra Leone, in West Africa. The...

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Blackfacts.com - Milton Carroll

Posted: (5 days ago) Milton Carroll is Executive Chairman of the Board for CenterPoint Energy, Inc., a major domestic energy delivery company that includes electric transmission and distribution, natural gas distribution and competitive natural gas sales. Headquartered in Houston, CenterPoint serves more than five million metered customers.

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Posted: (4 days ago) Blackfacts.com is the oldest and longest-running data-driven online Black History resource, which has served millions and millions of Black Facts to users across the globe over its unbroken 23-year history.

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Blackfacts.com - African-American History Timeline: 1980 ...

Posted: (4 days ago) Willie Lewis Brown, Jr. is selected by the California Assembly to become the Speaker of the state legislature. Brown is the first African-American to hold this position. For 15 years, he serves in this capacity until he is elected as mayor of San Francisc...

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Blackfacts.com - Cheyney University of Pennsylvania (1837-- )

Posted: (8 days ago) Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, located near Cheyney, Pennsylvania, was founded on February 25, 1837, making it the oldest predominantly African American institution of higher education in the United States. It was originally known as the African Institute was renamed the Institute of Colored Youth in 1852.

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Blackfacts.com - African-American History Timeline: 1965 ...

Posted: (6 days ago) During the month of March, several civil protests occurred throughout Alabama. On March 7, an estimated 600 civil rights activists held a march from Selma to Montgomery protesting the denial of African-American voting rights in the state. On March 21, Mar...

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Blackfacts.com - Ida Stephens Owens--Biochemist

Posted: (8 days ago) Born: September 26, 1929 Birthplace: Newark, NY Ida Ownes received a Ph.D. in Biology-Physiology from Duke University in 1967. At the National Institutes of Health (NIH), biochemist Dr. Ida Owens conducts studies in the genetics of detoxification enzym...

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Blackfacts.com - Lloyd Hall

Posted: (5 days ago) Lloyd Hall was born on June 20, 1894 in Elgin, Illinois. He was an honor student while attending West Side High School in Aurora, Illinois and captained the school debate team while competing in baseball, football and track. Lloyd graduated High School in...

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