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Angela Davis (Item)

…educated, Black women.…


1963-06-11 Report to the American People on Civil Rights (Item)

On June 11, 1963, President John F. Kennedy deployed federal marshals and the Alabama National Guard when Governor George Wallace tried to prevent two black students, Vivian Malone and James Hood, from enrolling at the University of Alabama. That…

…On June 11, 1963, President John F. Kennedy deployed federal marshals and the Alabama National Guard when Governor George Wallace tried to prevent two black students, Vivian Malone and James Hood, from enrolling at the University of Alabama…


Reading Rainbow Theme Song (Item)

Reading Rainbow was a foundational children's educational television shows, and both its consistent choices of content featuring black stories and struggles as well as LeVar Burton as host displayed a desire to address social issues and educate…

…Reading Rainbow was a foundational children's educational television shows, and both its consistent choices of content featuring black stories and struggles as well as LeVar Burton as host displayed a desire to address social issues and educate…


Pair of Polish Folk Dolls (Item)

From Collection: BPCL Edith Christine Hook & Chris Seidman Doll Collection
Twin pair of dolls, male and female. Bodies made from wood. painted pale skin color. Female doll has blond hair braided in back and has a bright green skirt with floral pattern, white blouse and red vest with embroidered design. A long red ribbon is…

…is pined to the front of the vest. She has a red beaded necklace. Male doll has black hat with red and white along the top half. Dark hair. White vest with embroidered flowers in front. White pants. Red ribbon inside of vest.…


Norah Wellings Native American Indian Chief Doll (Item)

From Collection: BPCL Edith Christine Hook & Chris Seidman Doll Collection
Cloth doll with molded face and hands in velveteen finish dressed in orange felt shirt and britches, with brown and yellow fringe and red, yellow, and brown decorations. Wearing headdress of tan, brown, and yellow felt, with a brown cloth scarf…

…around his neck and brown moccasins on his feet. Black yarn hair in a ponytail style. Identification labels on both feet.…


Kabuki Doll (Item)

From Collection: BPCL Edith Christine Hook & Chris Seidman Doll Collection
Bisque porcelain (unglazed) doll with painted eyes that are open and painted mouth. A black hair wig is fashioned into a bun with metal pins and beads, while also having a painted hairline. The doll wears a floral kimono of pastel colors with a cord…

…Bisque porcelain (unglazed) doll with painted eyes that are open and painted mouth. A black hair wig is fashioned into a bun with metal pins and beads, while also having a painted hairline. The doll wears a floral kimono of pastel colors with a cord…


Old Black Batmobile (group 6) (Item)

Batman has been in the market since 1939. This fictional hero, known as the Dark Knight, is a vigilante crime fighter, whose strategy is to sow fear into the heart of criminals as the creature of the night. Besides of persevering when facing…

…Old Black Batmobile (group 6)…

…and scalloping the trailing edges. Once all the modifications were made, the vehicle was painted dark black with red streamlines around the car. The amazing exterior design also included a Batman mask painted on the hood. In addition, the vehicle came along…


Jewel Lamar Prestage (photo) (group 2) (Item)

Self Portrait

…makes her an extremely influential figure amongst the black community. After receiving her degree, she was employed by Southern University, where she served as a faculty member, department chair and dean of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs…


Jane M. Bolin (Black Firsts) (group 1) (Item)

Jane Bolin was chosen as an artifact because she was the first African American woman to become a full time serving Judge in the United States Court system. She was a remarkable and young African American woman. She worked hard in a world that she…

…Jane M. Bolin (Black Firsts) (group 1)…


Harriet Wilson (group 1) (Item)

This artifact takes place in 1861 during the time of the Civil War. It was an article written about freed and slaved blacks who were captured and placed in a jail in Washington; they had made up charges and no trials. Harriet Wilson was one of the…

…This artifact takes place in 1861 during the time of the Civil War. It was an article written about freed and slaved blacks who were captured and placed in a jail in Washington; they had made up charges and no trials. Harriet Wilson was one…


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