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My name is Ruby Taylor and I am addicted to purchasing art. The first step to change is acceptance. Now, that I have accepted this truth “a change is going to come, oh yes it is”. - See more at: http://arthassoul.com/5-steps-in-buy-african-american-art/#sthash.mdH9AKsH.8aoERvOL.dpuf

My name is Ruby Taylor and I am addicted to purchasing art. The first step to change is acceptance. Now, that I have accepted this truth “a change is going to come, oh yes it is”. - See more at: http://arthassoul.com/5-steps-in-buy-african-american-art/#sthash.mdH9AKsH.8aoERvOL.dpuf

Artists are called mirror of any society. An artist makes the history of any nation. When it comes to America, contribution of black artists particularly women artists towards American art is simply beyond words. African-American art is the great emblem of struggle of African people in America to get their basic rights.

Famous African-American Female Artists

African American black art is very famous from previously and its popularity increasing day by day. Know here in details about black art because its heritage of African American culture.

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African American Art is beautiful. I do not believe there is not a lot of it and it should be posted as much as many other forms of art.

Bravest of the brave: U.S. Marshals escorting Ruby Bridges, one of the first African Americans students to attend a white school. by batjas88

Ruby Nell Bridges Hall is known as the first black child to attend an all-white elementary school in the South. She attended William Frantz Elementary School at 3811 North Galvez Street, New Orleans, LA 70117

Poet, Phillis Wheatley, (b.1753 - d. December 5, 1784) Was sold into slavery at age 7, and transported to North America (Boston Massachusetts). She was bought by John Wheatley and named Phillis after the ship that brought her. She was the first African American woman to have her writings published.

Phyllis Wheatley, born in Boston MA. an eighteenth-century African-American woman who was a slave and a poet, was the first black American to be published.First African American woman to be published

#Write the story of these two students preparing for an arithmetic competition. #WritingPrompt #WritersRelief

Anti-Aportion - 32x24 giclee on canvas - Edwin Lester

Frank Morrison ARITHMETIC Giclee On Canvas is a limited edtion production that comes with a certificate of authenticity. Your Authorized Frank Morrison Dealer

#LGLimitlessDesign & #Contest   Love this old school "back in the day" photo.  Displayed & framed inside stone wall breakfast nook on LG's board.

Little African American black girl - Old Photo Reprint (8x12)

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