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Did You Know These 5 Inventions Were Made By Black Men?

Inventor and Entrepreneur Thomas L. Jennings became the first Black American to secure a patent in 1821 for his innovative dry-cleaning technique, dubbed “dry...

The Life of Lili‘uokalani, Queen of Hawai‘i

Queen Lili‘uokalani, crowned in 1891, fought for the rights of Hawaiians and the preservation of Hawaiian culture. During her reign, Lili‘uokalani routinely defied the...

Activist Ann Atwater: ‘The Breakthrough Woman’

Rosa Parks award-winner for Women in Community Service, Ann Atwater spent her life as an outspoken activist for affordable housing and school integration in...

Did You Know These 5 Inventions Were Made By Black Women?

Since Judy Reed, inventor of the improved dough kneader and roller, and Sarah E. Goode, inventor of the hide-away bed, secured patents in 1884...

Five Confederate Era Monuments Toppled Since the Summer of 2020

Many Confederate statues toppled in the wake of the George Floyd protests, and calls to remove public symbols glorifying the Confederacy steadily persisted since. Here...

Former Haiti President Moïse’s Tumultuous Term in Office

A group of around 50 armed trespassers entered Haiti President Jovenel Moïse’s place of residence under the false pretense that they were from the...

Jetstream Africa Blows Open Gateway to Smoother Intracontinental Trade

Jetstream Africa, a logistics service revolutionizing trade among African countries, attracted investors including Alitheia IDF—a venture capital firm focused on providing funding for women-owned...

Sha’Carri Richardson: Just Like You, But Faster

Track and Field Superstar Sha'Carri Richardson sprinted into the spotlight at Louisiana State University, where then 19-year-old Richardson broke the National Collegiate Athletic Association...

The Legacy of the Stonewall Uprising

As Pride Month enters full swing, the queer community celebrates the...

2020 Brooklyn March for Black Trans Lives: One Year Later

One year ago today, Brooklyn Liberation’s silent protest amassed a crowd of an estimated 15,000, all marching in solidarity to end violence against queer...

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