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February 17: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Founded at Howard University, 1908
February 17, 2022
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (AKA), founded at Howard University in 1908, is the oldest Black female Greek-letter organization.  ... read more »
February 16: Vice President Kamala Harris Became First Woman to be Sworn in as VP
February 16, 2022
Vice President Kamala Harris became the first woman, and woman of color, to be sworn into the office of Vice President of the United States.  ... read more »
February 15: 100,000 Enslaved People Escaped to the North Via Underground Railroad, 1810
February 15, 2022
From 1810 to 1850, around 10,000 enslaved people escaped to the North via the Underground Railroad.  ... read more »
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February 14: Reverend Raphael Warnock, Georgia’s First Black Senator, 2021
February 14, 2022
In January 2021, Reverend Raphael Warnock, 51, became Georgia's first Black senator.   ... read more »
February 13: Black Love Day, 1993
February 13, 2022
Today marks the celebration of Black Love Day! ... read more »
February 12: Happy Birthday to the NAACP!
February 12, 2022
Happy Birthday to the The NAACP! ... read more »
February 11: Marsha “Pay It No Mind” Johnson, 1969
February 11, 2022
Marsha "Pay It No Mind" Johnson was a leader of the gay liberation movement. ... read more »
Institute of contemporary Art, Los Angeles Host First Time Exhibitions: Presenting Black Identity and The Effects of Marketing
February 10, 2022
The Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (ICA LA) held an exhibition that highlighted self-awareness and the celebration of Black History Month Sunday, February 5. ... read more »
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February 9: Madam CJ Walker, Self-Made Millionaire
February 9, 2022
A Self-Made Millionaire: Born on a plantation in Louisiana, Madam CJ Walker gained her success from inventing a line of hair care products for African Americans. ... read more »
February 8: William Wells Brown’s Novel, “Clotel”, 1853
February 8, 2022
Abolitionist and Scholar, William Wells Brown's first novel, "Clotel", otherwise known as "The President's Daughter", was the first novel to be published by an African American in 1853.  ... read more »
February 7: The Largest Group of Black People in the US Are Young Men
February 7, 2022
As of 2019, the largest group of black people in the United States are men between the ages of 10 and 14.  ... read more »
February 6: Grace Moore is the Youngest Composer for the New York Philharmonic Orchestra
February 6, 2022
12-year-old Grace Moore is the youngest composer to ever write music for the New York Philharmonic Orchestra.  ... read more »
February 5: Quil Lemons, 23, Making Strides in Photography
February 5, 2022
Quil Lemons, 23, is the youngest photographer to ever shoot a “Vanity Fair” cover. ... read more »
February 4: Shirley Chisholm Elected to House of Representatives, 1968
February 4, 2022
Shirley Chisholm was the first African American woman elected to the House of Representatives in 1968. ... read more »
February 3: Nat Turner’s Slave Rebellion, 1831
February 3, 2022
In August 1831, Nathaniel "Nat" Turner began a slave rebellion, striking fear into white Southerners. ... read more »
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