“Marva Collin Educator , Civil Rights Activist ( 1936–) Born in Monroeville, Alabama on August 31, 1936, Marva Collins became one of the most influential…”
Gertrude B. Elion - Wikipedia, Gertrude Belle Elion 1918 - 1999 MEDICAL RESEARCHER Thousands of people have been given a second chance because of her: This Nobel Prize-winning research scientist codeveloped two drugs that fought leukemia and, in 1957, developed the first immunosuppressant agent, a development that made it possible to transplant organs.
Nichelle Nichols....first female black actress on TV in an actual substantial role. Yes, young girls (of all races), you can make it to space.
Michael Eric Dyson, a professor of sociology at Georgetown University, author and edited 18 books dealing with subjects such as Malcolm X, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Marvin Gaye, Nas’s debut album Illmatic, Bill Cosby, and Hurricane Katrina.
"Success doesn’t come to you…you go to it." "Marva Collins"
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Group of women at the Midwest Horse Show in Chicago, the pinnacle of the African American social scene. 1938