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31 Little-Known Black History Facts You May Not Have Learned in School​


Important Figures
  1. 1.In case you didn’t already know, the creator of Black History Month was historian Carter G. Woodson. Often referred to as the “Farther of Black History,” he was notably the second African American to graduate from Harvard University with a doctorate degree, and is credited with being one of the first scholars to study and research the history of African Americans.
  2. William Tucker was the first known Black person to be born in the 13 colonies. He was born in Jamestown, Virginia, in 1624. According to BlackPasr.org, his parents were indentured servants and part of the first group of Africans brought to colonial soil by Great Britain.
  3. After years of remarkable work as an attorney, Thurgood Marshall became the first African American to serve in the U.S.Supreme Court. Officially nominated by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1967, he served as a justice until 1991.
  4. In 1854, John Mercer Langston notably became the first African lawyer in the state of Ohio. He went on to serve as the dean of the law department and vice president of Howard University. He’s also remembered as the first African American from Virginia to be elected to public office, specifically to the U.S. Congress.
  5. Anthony Benezet, a white Quaker, abolitionist, and educator, is credited with creating the first public school for African American children in the early 1770s.
  6. After graduating from Oberlin College in 1850 with a literary degree, Lucy Stanton became the first Black women in America to earn a four-year college degree.
  7. Martin Luther King, Jr. started as a freshman at Morehouse College at the young age of 15.
  8. James McCune Smith was the first African American person to earn a medical degree. He also started the nation's first pharmacy under Black ownership, and was the first African American to have their work published in a peer-reviewed medical journal.
  9. After attending Barnard College, Lila Fenwick graduated from Harvard Law School in 1956, becoming the first African American woman to graduate from the prestigious legal institution. She also later studied at the London School of Economics and worked at the United Nations.
  10. Hiram Rhodes Revels was sworn in as the first Black U.S. senator in 1870.

Music and Television

  1. Dubbed "Hip -Hop's First Godmother: by Billboard, singer and music producer Sylvia Robinson produced the first-ever commercially successful rap record: “Rapper's Delight, by the Sugar Hill Gang" And along with her husband, she co-owned the first hip-hop label, Sugar Hill Records.
  2. Renowned singer and jazz pianist Nat King Cole was the first Black American to host a TV show: NBC’s The Nat King Cole Show.
  3. In 1981, broadcast journalist Bryant Gumbel became the first Black person to host a network morning show when he joined NBC’s Today show.
  4. In 1940, Hattie McDonaid became the First black person to win an Oscar, for her supporting role in Gone With the Wind. Twenty-four years later, Sidney Poitier became the first Black man to win an Oscar, for his leading role in Lilies of the Field.

Inventors
  1. Madam C.J. Walker created a line of haircare products for African American women, leading her to later become the first female African American self-made millionaire. There is now a Netflix series based upon her journey, titled Self Made.
  2. Computer scientist Lisa Gelobter assisted with the 1995 creation of Shockwave essential technology that led to the development of web animation. (So we have her to thank for GIFs.)
  3. Agricultural scientist George Carver was responsible for creating over 500 new products made from peanuts and sweet potatoes, including cooking oils, paint, and soap.

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In my opinion...I don't think that NO white people should celebrate BLACK HISTORY MONTH.

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White people are the ONLY people that celebrate black history month.

And no one gives a shit about your opinion.

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In my opinion...I don't think that NO white people should celebrate BLACK HISTORY MONTH.

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Well noone cares about your opinion. I've been celebrating Black History Month all month long by eating some fried chicken, watermelon, drinking some grape soda, having my black friends pick out some cotton candy out of field of assorted flavors, and whipping some slaves....er....."mashed potatoes", and just hanging with my n.igger homies, keeping things noose....er...loose.
 

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it stood for black empowerment and self-reliance. the political climate in which he wrote the song couldn't have been more timely. “if james brown was the godfather of soul, he was also the musical expression of the black power movement. say it loud, i'm BLACK and i'm proud is a landmark, groundbreaking song

James Brown
In the mid-1960s, Brown also began devoting more and more energy to social causes. In 1966, he recorded "Don't Be a Dropout," an eloquent and impassioned plea to the Black community to place more focus on education. On April 5, 1968, the day after Martin Luther King Jr's assassination, with riots raging across the country, Brown gave a rare televised live concert in Boston in an attempt to prevent rioting there. His effort succeeded; young Bostonians stayed home to watch the concert on TV and the city largely avoided violence. A few months later he wrote and recorded "Say It Loud: I'm Black and I'm Proud," a protest anthem that has unified and inspired generations.
 

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