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Let the app be your guide

Researchers at Tuskegee University look to bring dynamic electronic maps to campus

7.25.2016 / By Adrian D. Parker, Sr.

Let’s face it. Mobile devices have taken over the world. 531 more words

Elizabeth Jennings Graham

Celebrating accomplishments of African-Americans. Elizabeth Jennings Graham was a teacher and Civil Rights Activist. She refused to get off a New York Streetcar in 1854. She had to be physically forced off by the conductor and a police officer. 19 more words

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Dr. Huey P. Newton

Did you know that Huey P. Newton had a Ph.D. Dr. Newton co-founded the Black Panther Party with Bobby Seale. Dr.Newton was an activist and revolutionary who dedicated a portion of his life to educating and protecting the black community from being attacked by whites during the 1960’s. 14 more words

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A Memory of June | Claude McKay, Tuskegee University

When June comes dancing o’er the death of May,
With scarlet roses tinting her green breast,
And mating thrushes ushering in her day,
And Earth on tiptoe for her golden guest, 131 more words


Nina Mae McKinney

Celebrating accomplishments of African-Americans. Nina Mae McKinney was one of the first African-American film stars in the United States as well as on British television. … 10 more words

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The Golden Thirteen

The Golden Thirteen are the thirteen African-American men who became the first  African-American men to become commissioned and warrant officers in the United States Navy in 1994. 50 more words

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Jack Johnson

Celebrating accomplishments of African-Americans. Jack Johnson was the first African-American world heavyweight Boxing Champion. He was born March 31, 1878. He earned the title “Galveston Giant” as he held the title from 1908 until 1915. 12 more words

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