#BlackHistoryMonth This is definitely going to be the most recent of my BHM tweets. I actually heard this song for the first time a couple weeks ago. Amazing song #RickJames #SmokeyRobinson
Rick James - Ebony Eyes ft. Smokey Robinson via @YouTube
In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, #IEEECS is highlighting two participants from the #WomeninSTEM interview series! These passionate women exemplify the intelligence, work ethic, and the commitment necessary for achieving success in the field of #computing:
Did you know that scholar and poet James Emanuel created a new genre of poetry? His "jazz haikus" were performed alongside live musical accompaniments.
#BlackHistoryMonth #BlackVoices #BlackHistoryMonth2021
It’s Day 24 of #BlackHistoryMonth and it’s so critical that we learn from our past to avoid a replay of its self inflicted tragedies. I always thought the #CivilRights movement in 1965 was one the first to jumpstart civil rights, only to find out about #Reconstruction in 1865.
#RepresentationMatters! At The Black Inventor Online Museum, you can look at the great and often unrecognized Black pioneers in the field of invention and innovation. Inventors are profiled with a section dedicated to female inventors. #BlackHistoryMonth
We are almost finished reading our March Book Madness books to get ready for voting next week! Today we read “The Oldest Student” and the story brought me to tears! What a wonderful book to read during #BlackHistoryMonth and a great reminder that you are never too old to learn!
We celebrate 2019 Tyler Prize Laureate Warren Washington, one of the first Black Americans to earn a PhD in Atmospheric Sciences. He advised six presidents on Climate Change, and continues to mentor diverse youth!
In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth and upcoming #WomensHistoryMonth On March 28, 2021, We are launching Fixing Grandma Podcast , A motivational #podcast for those who are just realizing their purpose and Greatness. Hear wisdom/experiences from your 89 Year old grandma #podcasting
I’ve known Secretary Vilsack for years, and there’s no doubt the USDA is in good hands with him at the helm once again. I look forward to working with him to support America’s farmers, tackle hunger and climate change, and rebuild our rural economies.
Today we are uplifting Gladys Bentley AKA Bobby Minton, a pianist, singer, and entertainer during the Harlem Renaissance. She was known for performing in tuxedos with top hats, singing raunchy songs about sexism and abusive relationships. #BlackHistoryMonth #beyondthebinary
Greatness comes in color💜.
Last night, colleagues and I joined young Black leaders from across Canada at the Black Youth Forum: #TheFutureIsNow. There is much work ahead as we build a consciously more inclusive 🇨🇦, yet after this forum, I have no doubt that together, we will get there. #BlackHistoryMonth
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