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Dr. Jane Cooke Wright, Mother of Chemotherapy See more on her here - http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-2506300181.html

NASA's first African-American manager. Dorothy Johnson Vaughan was an African American mathematician who worked at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), the predecessor agency to NASA. Prior to arriving at NACA's Langley Mem Black History Facts, Black History Month, Vaughan, Hidden Figures, African American Women, African Americans, Women In History, History Icon, Ancient History

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NASA's first African-American manager. Dorothy Johnson Vaughan (1910–2008) was an African American mathematician who worked at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), the predecessor agency to NASA. Prior to arriving at NACA's Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory in 1943.

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Eloise Greenfield is an African-American writer who is best known for children’s books. Greenfield was born in Parmele, North Carolina, to Weston W....

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He was a REPUBLICAN! His mother was a Confederate from Georgia. You learn something new everyday

THEN AND NOW: DANCING QUEENS (Top) Janet Collins was the first and only African American to become Prima Ballerina at the Metropolitan Opera in New York That was almost 65 years ago and she alone today still holds that. Black History Month, Black History Facts, Strange History, Tilda Swinton, Black Girls Rock, Black Girl Magic, Ute Lemper, Monica Crema, Kings & Queens

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THEN AND NOW: DANCING QUEENS (Top) Janet Collins was the first and only African American to become Prima Ballerina at the Metropolitan Opera in New York (1951). That was almost 65 years ago and she...

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Alice Allison Dunnigan, a journalist who became the first African American woman to receive press credentials to cover the White House and Congress, will be honored with a life-sized statue in Washington, D. African American Inventors, African American Women, African Americans, Black History Facts, Women In History, History Icon, Before Us, African American History, Women Empowerment

First Black Female White House Reporter to be honored with Life-Sized Statue in D.C.

Alice Allison Dunnigan, a journalist who became the first African American woman to receive press credentials to cover the White House and Congress, will be honored with a life-sized statue in Washington, D.C.

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Mary Eliza Mahoney was the first professionally trained African-American woman to become a nurse in the United States. Celebrate Black History Month!

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ingridmatthews: In 1950s America Helen Williams became the first black female model to break into the fashion mainstream. Born in East Riverton, New Jersey in 1937, she was obsessed with clothes from an early age, and began sewing her own garments at the age of seven. As a teenager she studied dance, drama and art before getting a job as a stylist at a New York photography studio. While there she was spotted on separate occasions by Lena Horne and Sammy Davis Jr, who happened to be in the…

Elizabeth "Bessie" Coleman was an American civil aviator. She was the first female pilot of African American descent and the first person of African-American descent to hold an international pilot license. Black History Month, Black History Facts, American Flights, Bessie Coleman, Brave, Female Pilot, African American Women, Native American, African Americans

Bessie Coleman, who was the first African-American and Native American woman to hold a pilot license.

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 Jane C. Wright, a pioneering oncologist who helped elevate chemotherapy from a last resort for cancer patients to an often viable treatment option, died on Feb. 19 at her home in Guttenberg, N. Thing 1, Black History Facts, Photographs Of People, Medical History, Badass Women, Cancer Treatment, Women In History, Ladies Day, Amazing Women

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