Category Archives: Black History

Wednesday Open Thread

Happy HUMP Day, Everyone! 22-Year-Old Ginai Seabron Surprised To Learn She’s The First Black Woman To Graduate From Virginia Tech’s Nanoscience Program  “Know that you aren’t the only one struggling. Keep pushing.” Ginai Seabron has made history as the first … Continue reading

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Monday Open Thread | Sheku Kanneh-Mason Week

Hello my PEEPS! This week’s featured artist is the virtuoso Sheku Kanneh-Mason. 3Chics has fallen in love with this young man’s talent, skill and musical genius ICYM Sheku isn’t the only talent in the family.

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60 Minutes: Oprah goes inside Memorial to Victims of Lynching

There is a reckoning taking place in America over how we remember our history. Much of the focus has been on whether or not to take down monuments that celebrate the Confederacy. But this story is about a new monument … Continue reading

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Rest In Power, Linda Brown. Thank you.

I wanted to write something about Linda Brown, the ‘Brown’ in Brown v. Board. I don’t think that it’s an exaggeration that the world we exist in today is because, in no small part, to Brown v. Board. If you … Continue reading

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Tragedy in Wrightsville Arkansas: 21 Black Boys Burned Alive

On March 5th 1959, 69 teenaged Negro Boys were padlocked inside the Wrightsville Negro Boys Industrial School Dormitory and the building mysteriously caught fire. 48 boys were able to force mesh metal screens off  windows and escape, 21 were burned … Continue reading

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Tuesday Open Thread

Jane Matilda Bolin LL.B. (April 11, 1908 – January 8, 2007) was the first black woman to graduate from Yale Law School, the first to join the New York City Bar Association, and the first to join the New York … Continue reading

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President Barack Hussein Obama & First Lady Michelle Obama: Portriats Unveiled at Smithsonian National Gallery

How’s this for BLACK HISTORY MONTH? ICYMI Because we can’t get enough of our POTUS & FLOTUS. I’m old school. While sound bytes of events have their place and meanings, I like to sit back and savor the whole enchilada. … Continue reading

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