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Día 1. Desayuno: Avena con plátano y mora azul.

Día 1. Desayuno: Avena con plátano y mora azul.

22 Amazing Photos From The 1963 March On Washington

Washington, D. August Demonstrators sing “We Shall Overcome” after Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. By Leonard Freed.

Roasted Fennel Salad with Blue Cheese and Blackberries

Try this easy, healthy and flavor-packed Roasted Fennel Salad with Blackberries & Honey Balsamic Dressing.

With this smoothies, I would like to show you how delicious breakfast can be without having any sugar at all. It might be a bit of an adjustment to be eating savory food for breakfast. The upside will be: far more energy and mental focus throughout the day. Your taste buds will adjust as well... READ FULL RECIPE >

Supergreen Basil Smoothie

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Vegan Guacamole Potato Skins with Ranch Dressing

Guacamole Potato Skins: fit for company but simple enough to make for Sunday afternoon football (vegan).

Some Children of Famous Families (Booker T. Washington III and Frederick Douglas III are here) - July, 1920

The black power mixtape essay The object of analysis for the purpose of this assignment is the film “The Black Power Mixtape”. It shows the black civil right movements

An authentic former Nigerian Slave :(

"I WAS A SLAVE" Afro-Cuban Slave.my ancestry. Many forget that African slaves were taken to Cuban and other Caribbean and Latin American countries.

The Freedom Riders Coordinating Committee was established in Atlanta, Ga (May 26, 1963). A face you might recognize (from his younger days)  that was a member of that committee was Julian Bond.

Learning from the History of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

by Richard Avedon: Julian Bond and members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Atlanta, Georgia, March

Barbershop circa 1930's Mississippi

Courtesy of Mississippi Department of Archives and History Photograph likely taken in Crystal Springs, Copiah County, MS From the Luther.

Protester at the March on Washington, March 18, 1963    The Afro-Anglican Archives are part of the Archives’ mission to acknowledge under examined aspects of the Church’s spiritual and cultural heritage, drawing on evidence of its continuing evangelization to people of color and the descendants of the African diaspora. Copyright 2011. The Archives of the Episcopal Church (DFMS)

young protester at the March on Washington, March 1963 // copyright The archives of the Episcopal Church (DFMS).

Mugshots of Freedom Riders, Jackson Mississippi, 1961. I love their faces and the range of emotions. All the tiny and not so tiny smiles, as if they know something. I wonder if they knew they'd win. by ofelia

Mugshots of civil rights activist Freedom Riders, Jackson Mississippi, They fought for the rights of others. We must not ever forget their commitment to the civil rights movement.

Bessie Coleman, the daughter of a poor, southern, African American family, became one of the most famous women and African Americans in aviation history.

Bessie Coleman aka "Brave Bessie" or "Queen Bess”

Bessie Coleman, the daughter of a poor, southern, African American family, became one of the most famous women and African Americans in aviation history. She was the first woman to earn a pilots license.

A rare photo of Rosa Park taking down her hair before bedtime. "Aware of the racial politics of hair and appearance, she tucked it away in a series of braids and buns — maintaining a clear division between her public presentation and private person." - Jeanne Theoharis {huffington post}

The common image of Rosa Parks is a bespectacled woman with hair pulled back. But Parks’ had waist-length hair that she did not reveal publicly.

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Alligator Women

An elaborate studio souvenir photo, circa complete with a faux alligator swamp shows off these fun loving cigar smoking bawdy women - life is good! Archival pigment print on heavyweight cot

Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights March, 1965: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with his wife Coretta Scott King.  Seated next to Dr. King is Ralph Abernathy. Next to Mrs. King is John Lewis;  to his right, A. Philip Randolph, leader of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and Bayard Rustin. From the Jack T. Franklin Photography

Phillip Randolph was present during many prominent moments in African American history, including the March to Selma