Tag: <span>segregation</span>

If you’re interested in learning about the fourth Black cadet to graduate from West Point who went on to become the commander of the Tuskegee Airmen and the first Black general in the US Air Force, then my Benjamin O. Davis Jr. Black History Facts profile is for you.

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If you’re interested in learning about the psychologist who helped design “The Doll Test” and co-founded the Northside Center for Child Development in Harlem, then my Mamie Phipps Clark Black History Facts profile is for you.

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If you’re interested in learning about the original architect of Howard University Law School’s curriculum and the NAACP’s strategy to fight education segregation in the courts, then my Charles Hamilton Houston Black History Facts profile is for you.

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If you’re interested in learning about the civil rights attorney who represented Rosa Parks and Claudette Colvin as well as the victims of the Tuskegee experiment, then my Fred Gray Black History Facts profile is for you.

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“The Color of Money” by Mehrsa Baradaran discusses the history of Black banks. The author endeavors to show the problems of relying on Black banks to solve the economic problems within the Black community. She shows that throughout history this has been an often repeated idea. Local Black banks and Black people have been tasked with guiding the community out of poverty.

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