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Educational Video Series Kicks Off with Episode on Harlem Hellfighters

Educational Video Series Kicks Off with Episode on Harlem Hellfighters



HEROES OF COLOR is an educational video series celebrating the achievements of people of color from different ethnic backgrounds.

The series is being developed by artist and animator, David Heredia, owner of Heredia Designs. To learn more about David, his company Heredia Designs, and the Heroes of Color video series, check out the website: HeroesofColor.com

Black Panther Party Examined in New Documentary Film

Black Panther Party Examined in New Documentary Film

‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution’

Check out the new documentary film about the rise and fall of the Black Panther Party by award-winning film maker Stanley Nelson.

“An unfortunate misconception about the original Black Panthers is that the movement was anti-white, when in fact, as the doc explores in compelling detail, the Panther’s main mission and core practice was arming members to patrol the streets and monitor the behavior of racist cops and challenge systematic brutality.”
 
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BLACK HISTORY WEB Launches New Website

BLACK HISTORY WEB Launches New Website

Welcome to the new BlackHistoryWeb.info web site!

BLACK HISTORY WEB is a teacher’s guide
to African American heroes and history online.

What started out as a small collection of online teaching resources related to Martin Luther King Jr. has grown and evolved again.

We hope you enjoy the new website and our growing social media platforms.

BLACKHISTORYWEB.INFO

Our new web site features African American history quotes, lesson plans, images, timelines, speeches, biographies, quizzes, video and audio clips, DVDs, books, and more…

  • Black History Teachers Guides
  • Black History Topics
  • Black History Gifts

Browse other Black History gifts  

  BLACK HISTORY WEB ON FACEBOOK

BLACK HISTORY WEB ON PINTEREST  
Visit Black History ‘s profile on Pinterest.
 

Black History Hero: Madam C.J. Walker [VIDEO]

Black History Hero: Madam C.J. Walker [VIDEO]


“I am a woman who came from the cotton fields of the South. From there I was promoted to the washtub. From there I was promoted to the cook kitchen. And from there I promoted myself into the business of manufacturing hair goods and preparations. I have built my own factory on my own ground.”
– Madame C.J. Walker

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