african american women in history | February 21, 1992 Eva Jessye, the first black woman to receive ...

african american women in history | February 21, 1992 Eva Jessye, the first black woman to receive ...

Maya Angelou was a very exceptional and successful African American female. This…  || Ideas and inspiration for teaching GCSE English ||

Maya Angelou was a very exceptional and successful African American female. This… || Ideas and inspiration for teaching GCSE English ||

Famous African American Women | Famous Black Women Entrepreneurs --The African American Heritage told ...

Famous Black Women Entrepreneurs --The African American Heritage told By Gramps James

Famous African American Women | Famous Black Women Entrepreneurs --The African American Heritage told ...

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70+ Black Women in American History Worth Knowing More About

"Though born into slavery Biddy Mason gained freedom for herself and her children in 1856. Only ten years later she had saved enough money to purchase property, making her the first African American women to own land in Los Angeles. A nurse and midwife by profession, she helped found the first elementary school for African American children in Los Angeles."

"Though born into slavery Biddy Mason gained freedom for herself and her children in 1856. Only ten years later she had saved enough money to purchase property, making her the first African American women to own land in Los Angeles. A nurse and midwife by profession, she helped found the first elementary school for African American children in Los Angeles."

Sojourner Truth, abolitionist and women's rights pioneer! Born Sept 19, 1797 | African American Registry

Sojourner Truth, abolitionist and women's rights pioneer! Born Sept 19, 1797 | African American Registry

Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin (1842 – 1924) was an African American publisher, journalist, civil rights leader, suffragist and the founder and editor of Women’s Era, the first journal written by and for African American women. Together with her husband George Lewis Ruffin, Josephine worked to recruit black soldiers to the Union cause during the Civil War and to support the men in the field.

Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin (1842 – 1924) was an African American publisher, journalist, civil rights leader, suffragist and the founder and editor of Women’s Era, the first journal written by and for African American women. Together with her husband George Lewis Ruffin, Josephine worked to recruit black soldiers to the Union cause during the Civil War and to support the men in the field.

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