If you’re interested in learning about the co-founder of a Black newspaper that spoke out against discrimination and Book T. Washington, then my William Monroe Trotter Black History Facts profile is for you.
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A review of “Booker’s Place”, a documentary about Booker Wright, a waiter in Greenwood, Mississippi who participated in an NBC documentary about his experiences as a black man living in the South under Jim Crow.
If you’re interested in learning about Denver’s first recorded Black woman who became an entrepreneur and helped other Black people move west and settle in Colorado, then my Clara Brown Black History Facts profile is for you.
“Queenie” by Candice Carty-Williams is a novel about a young Black woman in her mid-20s who was born and raised in London. The story follows her through the ups and downs of a year of her life, much of it spurred on by her relationship drama and personal issues.