Fannie Jackson Coppin became principal of the Institute for Colored Youth in Philadelphia in 1869!

 

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Women’s History Month] Meet Dr Shirley Jackson, inventor of Caller ID and Call Waiting

Rev. William Barber Delivers Masterful History Lesson, Declares ‘It’s Movement Time Again’

Gladys West Finally Gets Credit for Pivotal Work on the GPS

10 Affirming Black Books That Will Elevate Your Children’s Minds

NFL Hall of Famer Alan Page Opens Slavery Exhibit In Minneapolis

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https://www.firstladyb.com/alan-page-slavery-exhibit-minneapolis/

‘50 Acts of Kindness!’

From The King Center at http://www.thekingcenter.org/

Kindness helps open the door to a better humanity and aids in the work of justice. Join us now-April 4 (50th anniversary of  ’s assassination) for ‘50 Acts of Kindness!’ Share your 50 Acts and thoughts about how we can be more kind using the tags .