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A Celebration of Black Historians By: Kamreon R. Riley

Booker T. Washington  Booker T. Washington was an American Educator, Author,  Orator and Advisor to many former Presidents.  He was also seen as a dominant leader in the African American Community.  Born April 5, 1856, Hale’s Ford, VA- Died November 14, 1915.  Educated at the Wayland Seminary, Hampton University.  Had been married to Margaret M. Washington (m. 1893-1915), Olivia A. • Davidson (m. 1886-1889), & Fannie N. Smith (m. 1882-18840)  Quote: “Few things can help an individual more than to place responsibility on him, and to let him know that you trust him.”

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Nelson Mandela

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Nelson Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid,

Revolutionary, politician, and philanthropist. Who was also

President of South Africa from 1994-1999.

Born July 18, 1918 in Mvezo, South Africa & passed December 5, 2013

Mandela had six children; Makaziwe, Zindziswa, Zenani, Makgatho,

Madiba Thembekile, & Makaziwe Mandela. And has wedded Graca Machel

(m. 1998-2013), Winnie Mandela (m. 1958-1996), & Evelyn Mase

(m. 1944-1958)

Quote: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to

Change the world.”

He has brought peace to South Africa.

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Dr. John Henrik Clarke 

Dr. John Henrik Clarke was a Pan-Africanist writer,

Historian, professor, and pioneer regarding the creation of

Africana studies.

Born January 1, 1915, Union Springs, AL.

Had passed on July 16, 1998.

Wedded Sybille Williams (m. ?-1998).

Was educated at the Columbia University,

California Miramar University, New York University.

Has three children by the names of Sonni Kojo Clarke,

Nzingha Marie Clarke, & Lillie Clarke.

Quote: “Religion is the organization of spirituality into something that became the hand maiden of conquerors. Nearly all religions were brought to people & imposed on people by conquerors, & used as the framework to control their minds.”

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Has made a way for educating Black men.

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Anna J. Cooper

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Anna Julia Haywood Cooper was an American author, educator,

Speaker as well as one of the most prominent African-American scholars

in the history of the U.S.

Born August 10, 1858, Raleigh NC & passed February 27, 1964.

Had wedded AC Cooper (m. 1877).

Educated at the University of Paris, Columbia University, Oberlin College, St.

Augustine’s University.

Quote: “Bullies are always cowards at heart & may be credited with a pretty safe

Instinct in scenting their prey.”

And has written many books as well as make a way for African-American women .

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What Black History Means to Me is‌ ~What Black History means to me is that if one struggles do to a factor that they aren’t in control of, then they most likely won’t try to make the change to stop such occurrences. But if a whole race struggles, then they are morally obligated to try to end the diversities as well as all spirits causing such feelings toward your race in order to make a way for your kin, to die knowing that they have made a difference & to live the rest of their lives without fearing the wrath of another race.~ K.R.R.~

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Thank You Thank You for Viewing My book/presentation of a few Black Historians‌ (This information; text, music, video, are to be used for educational purposes only.) Rhodes/ TDA-Period 4 Hall High Instructor: Mrs. Rhodes Disclaimer: All music, text, info., etc. are only in use for educational purposes.

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