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Our Children Can Soar: A Celebration of Rosa, Barack, and the...

Our Children Can Soar: A celebration of Rosa, Barack and the Pioneers of Change, is a magical, unforgettable book. Written by author and editor...

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Shackles From the Deep: Tracing the Path of a Sunken Slave...

Although Black history is important, this importance does not make certain details any easier to digest. Case-in-point: Publitzer prize-winning author and Journalist, Michael H....

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Granville T. Woods, “The Black Edison”

“THE BLACK EDISON” INVENTION: Synchronous Multiplex Railway TelegraphGranville T. Woods was born in Columbus, Ohio on April 23, 1856, and attended school until age 10. After...

Mikaila Ulmer: A Honey of an Entrepreneur

If you're looking for encouragement as you contemplate your latest invention, young Mikaila Ulmer's story will surely inspire you! Mikaila is a ten-year old Texan...

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The Beatitudes: From Slavery to Civil Rights

One of the loveliest picture books out there actually debuted over five years ago. It is called The Beatitudes: From Slavery to Civil Rights,...

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Meet Jacqueline Fountain, Inventor of Uro-Grip Technology!

Hello History Lovers, We have all, at one time or another, had to go to the...

Meet DeVon Cooper and His Brainchild: INIQUITY!

Hello History Fans, Today we bring you an interview with rising Independent Filmmaker DeVon Cooper, the...

Muhammad Ali: A Champion is Born

It’s hard to believe “The Greatest” is gone. It’s even harder to believe the world...

Muhammad Ali

With the recent passing of “The Greatest”—aka, Muhammad Ali, on June 3, 2016, the world...

TIME For Kids President Obama: A Day in the Life of America’s Leader

Although President Barack Obama's time in the White House is almost over, it's never too...