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Richard Samuel Roberts

Richard Samuel Roberts, Southern black photographers, Southern in the City

Paul Robeson - One Of The Greatest Actors Who Ever Lived.

I - Paul Robeson - A Renaissance man - Actor, Singer, Athlete, A Brilliant Scholar, and A Political Activist

Nov. 28, 2015 - NewYorkTimes.com - Obituary: Eldzier Cortor, painter of scenes from African-American social life, dies at 99

Eldzier Cortor, Painter of Scenes From African-American Social Life, Dies at 99

Eldzier Cortor 26 Nov Perhaps best known for elegant paintings of nude black women in an era when they were rare in mainstream art.

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Since 1925 the photo booth has been capturing our images and our imaginations.

VINTAGE AFRICAN AMERICAN BLACK FAMILY GROUP PICTURE @1950 TOPEKA KANSAS

Vintage african american black family group picture @1950 topeka kansas

This is the most important thing to me in my life my family, let it be known this really isnt my family!

Beautiful response to the question "How did European painters know what African people looked like?"

museumofmodernerotica said: Maybe this is a crazy question, but how did Europeans know what Africans looked like? I know that some of the paintings here are of North Africans/Middle Easterners, but.

Richard Samuel Roberts

Richard Samuel Roberts

Deborah Willis (born February 5, 1948) is a contemporary African American artist, photographer, curator of photography, photographic historian, author, and educator. named among the 100 Most Important People in Photography by American Photography Magazine, Dr. Deborah Willis is Chair and Professor of Photography and Imaging at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University where she also has an affiliated appointment with the College of Arts and Sciences.  http://debwillisphoto.com/home.html

, is chair of the Department of Photography & Imaging at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. Professor Willis and has an affiliated appointment as University Prof

BEAUTIFUL BABY BOY.

blackhistoryalbum: “ BABY BOY \ From the book “A True Likeness: The Black South of Richard Samuel Roberts Credit: South Carolina ETV.

Nathan Francis Mossell (1856-1946) was an African American doctor who helped establish the first black hospital in Philadelphia.

Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on July Nathan Francis Mossell was an African American doctor who established the Frederick Douglass Memorial Hospital which was the first Black hospital in Philadelphia.

Ralph Bunche is the first African American Nobel Peace Prize winner. He was awarded in 1950 for his successful mediation of a ceasefire between four Arab nations and the State of Israel. (photo: Ralph Bunche Carl Van Vechten Photographs Collection, Library of Congress)

the first African American Nobel Peace Prize winner, awarded in 1950 for his successful mediation of a ceasefire between four Arab nations and the State of Israel. (photo: Carl Van Vechten Photographs Collection, Library of Congress)

Langston, John Mercer (1829-1897)    In 1868 Langston moved to Washington, D.C. to help establish the nation’s first law school at Howard University.  He became its first dean and served briefly as acting president of Howard in 1872.  In 1877, President Rutherford B. Hayes appointed Langston U.S. minister to Haiti.  He returned to the U.S. in 1885 and became president of Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute (now Virginia State University).

John Mercer Langston, “The Exodus: The Causes Which Led The Colored People of the South to Leave Their Homes – The Lesson

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