The Closing of Great Black History Moments

Thats the end of the Great Black History Moments I hope you enjoyed it and Learn Something just don’t Celebrate Black History in February Celebrate it every day.

Much Love and Many Blessings
Robin

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Great Black History Moments

Nancy Green a former Slave, was employed in 1893 to promote the Aunt Jemima brand by demonstrating the pancake mix at expostitons and fairs. She was a popular attraction because of her friendly personality, great Story-telling and Warmth. Green Signed a lifetime Contract with image was used for packaging and billboards.

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Much Love and Many Blessings
Robin

Great Black History Moments

Tice Davids, a runway slave from kentucky, was the inspiration for the first usage of the term Underground Railroad. Davids’ owner assumed the slave had drowned When he attempted his swim across the ohio River. He told the local paper that if Davids had escaped, he must have traveled on an underground railroad. However, did live, giving the underground Railroad its now-famous name.

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Much Love and Many Blessings
Robin

Great Black History Moments

Chester Arthur ”Howlin Wolf” Burnett was one of the most important blues singers, songwriters and musicians, influencing popular rock groups like The Beatles. Unlike many blues artists, Howlin’ Wolf maintained financial success throughout his life, held a stable marriage, and avoided drugs and alcohol.

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Much Love and Many Blessings
Robin