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Just 83 Black women have received a Ph.D. in physics-related fields in American history, according to a database maintained by physicists Dr. Jami Valentine and Jessica Tucker. 
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In 1947, Dr. Marie Daly became the first African-American woman to earn a Ph.D. in Chemistry when she graduated from Columbia University. A trailblazer in the field of biochemistry, Dr. Daly researched the connection between high cholesterol and heart disease. #WomenInSTEM (Photo courtesy of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, D. Samuel Gottesman Library Archives)
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#tdih On June 25, 1969, the first Liberation School of The Black Panther Party was started in Berkeley, CA. During that year, a network of Liberation Schools was formed in cities across the U.S., staffed by Panther members and held in churches, community centers, and BPP offices. They were after-school programs for Black youth that provided a much-needed educational supplement to traditional public schools. Panther leader Bobby Seale said in 1969 "...we know that the kids in the schools have got to be taught about themselves, their Black history, the class system and who cheats who--not the same bullshit they get now." (They drew on the tradition of Freedom Schools in the southern Civil Rights Movement.) Liberation Schools later grew into the Intercommunal Youth Initiative (IYI) and the BPP's Oakland Community Schools (OCS). Photo: Liberation School, 12/20/69 http://bit.ly/1GzWnCA
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Eartha M. White was an African-American businesswoman, humanitarian, philanthropist, and educator from Jacksonville, Florida. She provided educational opportunities and relief to Black people in the Jacksonville area. White founded many organizations and institutions during her time, including the Ciara White Mission, Boy’s Improvement Club, and Mercy Hospital.
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On November 24, 1865, the Black Codes of Mississippi were passed. Mississippi was the first state to pass such laws, and, eventually all Southern states would pass similar laws. The laws were Southern states efforts to return newly freed slaves to a condition as close to slavery as possible.

https://blackthen.com/black-codes-of-mississippi-southern-laws-to-return-freed-slaves-to-slavery-conditions/
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15-year-old Janet Collins tried out for the renowned Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo company in 1932 but she declined to join when she found out that she would not be allowed to perform without painting her African American skin white. She went on to become the first Prima Ballerina at the Metropolitan Opera, in 1951. (Photo via PrimaJanetCollins.com) #womenshistory #knowyourhistory 
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Please inform my ignorance...who is the blond lady??? Couldn't agree more with the statement though!
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#tdih On June 25, 1969, the first Liberation School of The Black Panther Party was started in Berkeley, CA. During that year, a network of Liberation Schools was formed in cities across the U.S., staffed by Panther members and held in churches, community centers, and BPP offices. They were after-school programs for Black youth that provided a much-needed educational supplement to traditional public schools. Panther leader Bobby Seale said in 1969 "...we know that the kids in the schools have got to be taught about themselves, their Black history, the class system and who cheats who--not the same bullshit they get now." (They drew on the tradition of Freedom Schools in the southern Civil Rights Movement.) Liberation Schools later grew into the Intercommunal Youth Initiative (IYI) and the BPP's Oakland Community Schools (OCS). Photo: Liberation School, 12/20/69 http://bit.ly/1GzWnCA
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