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Charlotte Ray   February 27, 1872 Charlotte Ray graduates from Howard Law School. She is the first African American lawyer in the U.S.

Charlotte Ray February 27, 1872 Charlotte Ray graduates from Howard Law School. She is the first African American lawyer in the U.S.

Alice Augusta Ball (1892 – 1916).  Developed an injectable oil extract that was the most effective treatment of leprosy until the 1940s. She was  the first woman and first African American to graduate from the University of Hawaii with a master's degree

Alice Augusta Ball (1892 – 1916). Developed an injectable oil extract that was the most effective treatment of leprosy until the 1940s. She was the first woman and first African American to graduate from the University of Hawaii with a master's degree

Dorothy-Counts7@overgangstergirls.nl

Dorothy-Counts7@overgangstergirls.nl

Next time you pick up your clothes from the cleaners, remember Thomas L. Jennings, first brother to receive a patent: for dry cleaning process

Next time you pick up your clothes from the cleaners, remember Thomas L. Jennings, first brother to receive a patent: for dry cleaning process

foto van een indiaanse krijger

foto van een indiaanse krijger

Mme. Abomah "the tallest lady in the world." She was a businesswoman, performer, and had various jobs, but, my goodness, in every photo she has the bearing of an empress

Mme. Abomah "the tallest lady in the world." She was a businesswoman, performer, and had various jobs, but, my goodness, in every photo she has the bearing of an empress

Sunday Best - 1966

Sunday Best - 1966

Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin (8/31/1842 - 3/13/1924) was responsible for the merger of other African American women's organizations into the National Association of Colored Women in 1896. She had previously founded the American Woman Suffrage Association of Boston with Julia Ward Howe and Lucy Stone, and was a member of several other predominantly white women's organizations. Her husband, George Lewis Ruffin, was the first African American graduate of Harvard Law School. #TodayInBlackHistory

Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin (8/31/1842 - 3/13/1924) was responsible for the merger of other African American women's organizations into the National Association of Colored Women in 1896. She had previously founded the American Woman Suffrage Association of Boston with Julia Ward Howe and Lucy Stone, and was a member of several other predominantly white women's organizations. Her husband, George Lewis Ruffin, was the first African American graduate of Harvard Law School. #TodayInBlackHistory

Maude Callen on duty. In December 1951, LIFE published one of the most extraordinary photo essays ever to appear in the magazine. In W. Eugene Smith’s pictures, the story of a tireless South Carolina nurse and midwife named Maude Callen working in the rural South in the 1950s. She served as “doctor, dietician, psychologist, bail-goer and friend” to thousands of poor (most of them desperately poor) patients. (click through to see more. rw)

W. Eugene Smith's Landmark Photo Essay, 'Nurse Midwife'

Maude Callen on duty. In December 1951, LIFE published one of the most extraordinary photo essays ever to appear in the magazine. In W. Eugene Smith’s pictures, the story of a tireless South Carolina nurse and midwife named Maude Callen working in the rural South in the 1950s. She served as “doctor, dietician, psychologist, bail-goer and friend” to thousands of poor (most of them desperately poor) patients. (click through to see more. rw)

[Infographic] Hacker worden? » Door: Bissie - 42bis.nl

[Infographic] Hacker worden? » Door: Bissie - 42bis.nl

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