The Slave Who Re-Invented Himself

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He reinvented himself before reinventing oneself became a "thing."

Randolph M. Miller, Ex-Slave and Writer

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Randolph Miller was born a slave in 1842 Virginia. He belonged to Dr. Robert W. Curran. When General William T. Sherman's army marched through Georgia,...

Talk to ‘Em: House of Cards

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It’s a house of cards. No, I’m not talking about the popular Netflix series. I’m talking about writing your picture book or novel and the...

Carter Reads the Newspaper

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The true story of the late Carter G. Woodson.

Henry Baker…The Man Who Wrote it Down

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Almost everything we know about early African American inventors comes from the dedicated endeavers of Mr. Henry E. Baker, a virtual unknown among African...