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Grandfather’s Lynching Motivates Evanston Family To Educate Others

EVANSTON (CBS) — Eleanor Hill, 90, reads and writes poems about her grandfather, Anthony Crawford, to help her cope with his brutal death. He was a wealthy farmer and minister, who was lynched in Abbeyville, South Carolina in 1916. 202 more words


Daniel Hale Williams and More

As part of my series on Black History, I would like to discuss the “Father of Black Surgery,” Daniel Hale Williams.

Why is Daniel Hale Williams credited as being “one of the first physicians to perform open-heart surgery in the United States”? 1,929 more words

Black History Month

アフリカ:Black History surfer Nick Gabaldon.

                                   Nick Gabaldon

Don't Forget! Our Black History Month menu options across campus tonight

Just a quick reminder of our different menus across campus today, all honoring Black History Month:


“A Taste of Black History”

Hometown Station: Southern fried catfish, braised kale, green bean casserole with onions, and Southern red rice… 45 more words


Sarah Boone an African American inventor

April 26th 1892, black inventor Sarah Boone received the patent for her ironing board invention.  Before her invention, ironing was usually done by placing a wooden board or two on chairs or tables to iron. 275 more words