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Black History Month: Social Service Pioneers III

By / February 28, 2019 / , / 0 Comments

As  Black History Month comes to an end, we’re going to highlight one more radical and incredible group of people worthy of mention for Black History Month. The Black Panther Party may have been painted as a Black nationalist militant group, but the truth is they were very much the opposite. The Black Panther Party […]

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Black History Month: Social Service Pioneers Part II

By / February 26, 2019 / , / 0 Comments

For the last week of Black history month we are highlighting a few more social service pioneers. We honor and commend them for their sacrifices, courage, and breaking barriers to improve the daily lives of African Americans from past to present. These individuals helped pave the way for many social service programs that still exist […]

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Black History Month: A Look at African American Social Service Pioneers

By / February 7, 2019 / / 0 Comments

This month is Black History Month. To celebrate we are going to share facts about African American Leaders who were integral in providing or creating social services that still serve people today. Mary Church Terrell (1864-1954) Born to former slaves, Mary Church Terrell is known best for championing racial discrimination and women’s suffrage in the […]

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Black History Month

By / February 1, 2018 / , / 0 Comments

This month we not only learn about the origins and environments black people endured in this country, but we also commemorate those who  sacrificed, dedicated, and created various inventions, political reform, music, etc. to make life more enjoyable for all.  We celebrate Black History to acknowledge the roots of African Americans and  the brilliance that […]

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