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The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense (BPP)

The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense (BPP)

Cette photo de 1939, issue du magazine LIFE, raconte que pendant la dépression, les femmes cousaient des vêtements à partir des sacs de farine. Quand les entreprises l’ont découvert, elles ont commencé à faire des sacs de farine imprimés.

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Cette photo de 1939, issue du magazine LIFE, raconte que pendant la dépression, les femmes cousaient des vêtements à partir des sacs de farine. Quand les entreprises l’ont découvert, elles ont commencé à faire des sacs de farine imprimés.

African Americans on Picket Line, Protesting Treatment at Lunch Counter Photographie par Howard Sochurek sur AllPosters.fr

African Americans on Picket Line, Protesting Treatment at Lunch Counter

African Americans on Picket Line, Protesting Treatment at Lunch Counter Photographie par Howard Sochurek sur AllPosters.fr

Impressionnant ! 54 photos colorisées venues tout droit du siècle dernier... Celle d'Albert Einstein va vous faire rêver !

54 photos colorisées venues tout droit du siècle dernier... Celle d'Albert Einstein va vous faire rêver !

Impressionnant ! 54 photos colorisées venues tout droit du siècle dernier... Celle d'Albert Einstein va vous faire rêver !

Barack Obama Mother | Picture Barack Obama with his mother in Hawaii

Barack Obama Mother | Picture Barack Obama with his mother in Hawaii

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An improved refrigerator design was patented by African American inventor John Standard of Newark, New Jersey on June 14 1891 (U.S. patent #455,891). John Standard was also received U.S. patent #413,689 on October 29 1889 for an improved oil stove

African-American inventor, Thomas Elkins

An improved refrigerator design was patented by African American inventor John Standard of Newark, New Jersey on June 14 1891 (U.S. patent #455,891). John Standard was also received U.S. patent #413,689 on October 29 1889 for an improved oil stove

Mary Fields, also known as Stagecoach Mary. She was the first African-American woman employed as a

Mary Fields, also known as Stagecoach Mary. She was the first African-American woman employed as a

secretcinema1:  Black Panthers, New Haven, 1970, Stephen Shames

secretcinema1: Black Panthers, New Haven, 1970, Stephen Shames

Harry Belafonte & Dorothy Dandridge in CARMEN JONES (Otto Preminger, 1954)

Harry Belafonte & Dorothy Dandridge in CARMEN JONES (Otto Preminger, 1954)

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