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Happy Black History Month in the United Kingdom (October) from Tres Mali & Vintage Soul to the World: The Writings of African-Americans®

Happy Black History Month in the United Kingdom (October)  from Tres Mali & Vintage Soul to the World: The Writings of African-Americans®

Happy Black History Month in the United Kingdom (October) from Tres Mali & Vintage Soul to the World: The Writings of African-Americans®

Happy Black History Month in the United Kingdom (October)  from Tres Mali & Vintage Soul to the World: The Writings of African-Americans®

Happy Black History Month in the United Kingdom (October) from Tres Mali & Vintage Soul to the World: The Writings of African-Americans®

Happy Black History Month in the United Kingdom (October)  from Tres Mali & Vintage Soul to the World: The Writings of African-Americans®

Happy Black History Month in the United Kingdom (October) from Tres Mali & Vintage Soul to the World: The Writings of African-Americans®

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Organization of Descriptive Qualitative Reseasch Research:During Para-Terrorist Activity: A Black-American Experience!®

Counseling Is...by Tres Mali Scott History: A Black-American Experience!®

Organization or Descriptive Qualitative Research Research:During Para-Terrorist Activity: A Black-American Experience!®

Parts and Sections of the Research:

1. Title

2. Writtien By

3. About the:

  • Company
  • University or College
  • Research Organization
  • Medical Researchers

4. Introduction

5. Purpose of Publication

6. Supporting Information

7.Research Time Period

8. Subjects

9. Definition of Terms

10. Methods

  • Informed Consent
  • Confidentiality
  • Type of Research
  • Information (data) Collection Process
  • Reporting of Information (data) Collected

11.Purpose of the Research

12. Results

13. Recommendations

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Los Angeles Sentinel Special Edition 2011: Pioneers in Medicine

The Los Angeles, California USA newspaper, Los Angeles Sentinel VOL. LXXVII, NO.8 Thursday, February 24-March 2, 2011 has on the front page 12 Blacks/African-Americans that are considered “Pioneers In Medicine”. The list includes:
*Dr. Martin Delaney
*Dr. Charles Drew
*Dr. Daniel Hale Williams
*Frantz Fanon
*Dr. Alvin Poussaint
*Dr. Keith Black
*Jocelyn Elders
*Dr. Ulysses G. Dailey
*Dr. Benjamin Carson
*Dr. Regina Benjamin
*Percy Julian
*Montague Cobb
The Pioneers in Medicine is an outstanding, not only Black History lesson, but History Lesson. I hope you get to read this Special Edition 2011.

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The Open Supreme Court Seat

Sonia Sotomayor is OBama’s top choice for the Supreme Court.

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Aberration/Apparition

The the Mass celebrating the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I experienced a psychic echo of him doing what Malcolm X did in using words that address the problems of Black-Americans today.

Malcolm X talks more in bullet form, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. talks more in speech form. It was easier to remember what Malcolm X said.

During the Memorial Mass, like our past history of racism and oppression, I could feel the witchcraft and sorcries that racist used to oppress and torture. Many movies have been made that reflect racists attacking Black-Americans during Church Service. I think it is a gift, for a better understanding of my personal history.

A Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. quote:

“[…] If you can’t be the Sun, be a Star[…]”

Tres 

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The Black History Month Display: Inglewood Library Inglewood, California Display By: Alline Merchant, Librarian Part 2

Madam C.J. Walker on A Black-American Experience!®

Henry Ossawa Tanner on A Black-American Experience!®

Asa Philip Randolph on A Black-American Experience!®

A remembrance to the important people and events in African-American History.

Roberto Clemente: “Baseball Star” Humanitarian Achieved National Recognition and Honors.

Asa Philip Randolph: “Human Rights Organizer” Fought for Civil Justice through economic Justice.

Henry Ossawa Tanner: “Great American Artist” Preeminent Black Artist of the 19th Century.

Madam C.J. Walker:“Entrepreneur Self-Made Millionaire” Created Beauty Products for Blacks.

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The Black History Month Display: Inglewood Library Inglewood, California Display By: Alline Merchant, Librarian Part 1

Sojourner Truth c1870 on A Black-American Experience!®

Scott Joplin 1907 on A Black-American Experience!®

Charles R. Drew on A Black-American Experience!®

Benjamin O. Davis on A Black-American Experience!®

Jacki Robinson on A Black-American Experience!®

W.E.B. Dubois 1918 on A Black-American Experience!®

Frederick Douglass on A Black-American Experience!®

Thurgood Marshall on A Black-American Experience!®

John James Audobnon on A Black-American Experience!®

Ernest Everett Just on A Black-American Experience!®

Dr. Allison Davis on A Black-American Experience!®

A remembrance to the important people and events in African-American History.

John James Audubon: Leading Artist, Naturalist, Memorial America’s Birds.

Dr. Allison Davis (Male): Education Pioneer, Fought for Disadvantaged Youth.

Sojourner Truth: Orator, Author,Activist, Evangelized for Blacks’ and Women’s Rights.

Ernest E. Just: Scientist, Researcher, Scholar, The “Black Apollo of Science”.

Benjamin O. Davis: America’s First Black General”, Began the Desegregation of the Army and the Nation.

Jacki Robinson: “American Champion”, First Black American to play Major League Baseball.

Frederick Douglass: “Orator, Spokesman, Leader”, Crusaded for Abolition and Civil Rights.

Charles R. Drew, M.D.: “Researcher, Teacher, Surgeon” Created the Modern Blood Bank.

Mary McLeod Bethune:“Educator, Activist, Advisor”, One of America’s Most Influential Black Women.

Billie Holiday: “Lady Sings The Blues”, Lived The Words She Sang.

Thurgood Marshall: “Landmark Civil Rights Jurist”, First African-American on the Supreme Court.

W.E.B. Dubois: “Social Scientist, Thinker, Activist”, Fought with His Mind To Uplift His Race.

Scott Joplin: “Composer Extraordinaire”, Created an Indigenous American Classical music.

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