#hervoicematters In July 1863, Harriet Elizabeth McKinley stood before the military and told the court “Yes sir, he did.” #BlackHistoryMonth2020 #BlackTwitter #BlackWomen #BlackGirlMagic #BlackGirlsRock #imasurvivorinc #imasurvivor #survivor #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistory
Is it me, or is it that there are actually far fewer conversations going on anyway? You wouldn't even know that it is actually Black History Month if you did not advocate and celebrate it...not even McDonald's ads like there were in the past...economics!
#blackhistorymonth2020 730am class start time on this cold Saturday...I was seriously getting ready to complain then it hit...Mary Jane Patterson (First Black Woman to earn a 4 year degree) would seriously be disappointed at what I am taking for granted. #grateful
For my character a day for #BlackHistoryMonth2020 I have Morgan Freeman. I mean how do you pick just one of his characters? Alex Cross, Lucius Fox, hell just all his narration work. I could go to sleep on a pillow made of his voice.
TODAY IN #BLACKHISTORY:
Self taught painter Horace Pippin was born Feb 22, 1888. After being injured in the war Harace turned to painting. His works depicted African American life and WWI war. Some of his works are in Philadelphia museum of Art. #BlackHistoryMonth2020
My grandfather, Robert L. China, was the third African American to join the Sumter Police Department of South Carolina in 1953. He was the first African American sergeant to serve is this department as well. Even though I didn't know him, he is one of my heroes.