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1939: Marian Anderson sings at the Lincoln Memorial. (explorePAhistory.com)

1963: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivers his “I Have A Dream� speech. (Americanrhetoric.com)


“I am…” A reflection poem Adapted from “Voices UnBroken”

I am ________________________________________________________ (three words that describe you) I wonder ____________________________________________________ (something that you are curious about) I hear ______________________________________________________ (a sound that you hear, imagine hearing, or associate with home) I see ________________________________________________________ (something that you see or imagine seeing) I want ______________________________________________________ (something that you wish you had) I pretend ____________________________________________________ (something you pretend to do or be) I hope ______________________________________________________ (the thing you hope or wish for most) I worry _____________________________________________________ (something that really concerns you) I try ________________________________________________________ (something you are striving to do) I will _______________________________________________________ (something you will do, a goal) I am ________________________________________________________ (repeat the first line)


m. 1886

1861 - 1956

1891 - 1995

Annie Elizabeth “Bessie”

1889 - 1999

Lucius

Hubert Thomas

Delany Family Portrait, c.1898.♦

1899 - 1955

Samuel Ray Laura Edith

1906 - 1960

1903 - 1993

1901 - 1990

William Manross

1897 - 1969

(“Harry,” “Hap”) 1895 - 1991

Henry Jr.

1887 - 1956

Sarah Louise “Sadie”

Julia Emery

1893 - 1974

Lemuel Thackara

<=

1858 - 1928

Henry Beard Delany

Martha Louise Logan

c. 1812 - ?

c. 1859 1842 - 1908 <=

c. 1840 - 1910

White

James Miliam

Dates Unknown

White

Jordan Motley<= Eliza Logan

Dates Unknown

c. 1780 - ?

“Mrs. Logan” <= White Wife of Army Officer

Name Unknown

Negro Slave

Danville, Virginia Area

Logan Family

<= Nanny James Logan

1814 - 1891

c. 1831

<=

Negro+Native American

1810 - ?

Negro+White

Sarah, a slave

Thomas Sterling Delany

St. Marys, Georgia

Delany Family



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