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People
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and
Events
in
Black
History

Poster Display at King Center, Atlanta, GA
Firsts in
Black History
Percy L. Julian

Percy Julian was the first Black chemist elected to the National Academy of Sciences. In 1990 he was elected to the National Inventors Hall of Fame, and in 1999 his synthesis of physostigmine was recognized by the American Chemical Society as "one of the top 25 achievments in the history of American chemistry." 
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African Americans
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Network To Freedom:

Freedom Seekers Database

If you are a descendant of a Civil War soldier or sailor who escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army or Navy, ensure that his name is included in the National Park Service's Network to Freedom "Freedom Seekers" Database.

The African American Civil War Museum
is compiling names for the database.

Be sure your Freedom Seeker is Included

Please CLICK here
to find the reporting form
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Black History in Museums

Question Bridge: Black Males

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Charlotte, NC
 

African American Museum of Iowa
55 12th Avenue SE
Cedar Rapids, IA

 
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This Month
in
Black History

 
Martin Luther King, Jr. giving his "I Have A Dream" speech.

March on Washington
August 28, 1963
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