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#MalcolmX photographed by #DonHoganCharles at his home in East Elmhurst Queens,#NewYork (1964)

#MalcolmX photographed by #DonHoganCharles at his home in East Elmhurst Queens,#NewYork (1964)

Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton speaks on the telephone while...

Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton speaks on the telephone while at Panther Headquarters on 2350 West Madison Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 1969.

“Parks at Life: Works from VMFA’s Collection,”  Gordon Parks | Blackbird v15n2 | #gallery

The editors at Life never limited assignments for Gordon Parks, the magazine’s first African American photographer. Deeply aware of his versatility, they valued his iconic fashion images as well as his portraits of artists, celebrities, and leaders.

Under the Spell of James Baldwin | by Darryl Pinckney | The New York Review of Books

James Baldwin said that Martin Luther King Jr., symbol of nonviolence, had done what no black leader had before him, which was “to carry the battle into the individual heart.” But he refused to condemn Malcolm X, King’s supposed violent alternative, because, he said, his bitterness articulated the sufferings of black people. These things could also describe Baldwin himself in his essays on race and US society.

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Buy "JOHN LEWIS" by truthtopower as a iPad Case & Skin. John Lewis was the youngest of the Big Six civil rights leaders as chairman of SNCC from 1963 to 1966, some of the most tumultuous years of the Civil Rights Movement. During his tenure,

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Tasha Thomas, a Business Development Specialist from Charles River, took her sabbatical a few years ago to explore her father's street art in Miami, Florida. Oscar Thomas Sr. was well known in his community for his striking portraits of Black leaders, which are now threatened by building redevelopment and demolition. Learn more about her family's story in this video.
We’ve enjoyed sharing the stories of some of our past African American leadership. Today, we’d like to wrap up with this short spot that also shares some of the leaders of the futures, including our Black Impact Group. They hosted their annual, dynamic, Black Leaders of Color event on February 21.
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