Mood Of Improvisation

Mood of Improvisation1

16″ x 20″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Private Collection of Ms. Shirley Neal of Burbank California

BlackUSA History

Bill "Bojangeles" Roberson dancer and entertainer

W.R. Pettiford Founder

Jane Bolin First Black woman judge

Samuel Ringgold Ward Runaway slave and editor

Smith vs Allwright Excluding blacks from primary voting is illegal

Convention of the Colored National labor Union Black labor convention

The Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, often referred to as the Freedmen’s

15th Amendment Guarantees Citizens the right to Vote

The Liberty Ship George Washingtion Carver Named after the scientist

The Phoenix Society Society Founded

First Black Slave First Black Slave brought by the Dutch

Mae Jemison Astronaut

Joe Louis Boxer - The Brown Bomber

Edward W. Brooke Edward W. Brooke elected first black Senator in 85 years

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