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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:African-American_women

List of African-American women in medicine · Black women filmmakers · African- American women's suffrage movement · Womanism ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African-American_women_in_politics

Despite the fact that elements of the Black Power ... African-American women quickly found a voice in the ...

www.biography.com/people/groups/african-american-firsts-women

Explore Biography.com's collection of pioneering African-American women with indelible legacies, including Charlotte E. Ray, Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey, ...

hellobeautiful.com/1704045/30-black-female-leaders-you-should-know-about-2

From sport to literature, politics to art, black women have been there and continue ... Robin was the first African American woman to serve as the head of staff of a ...

thesource.com/2016/03/07/15-black-women-in-history-that-have-changed-the-world

Mar 7, 2016 ... The perm machine made Marjorie the first Black woman in history to ... of the few places where African-Americans could get a college degree.

www.livingly.com/Black+Women+Who+Changed+History

Actress Hattie McDaniel was born in 1895 in Kansas and was the youngest of 13 children. By 1925, she became the very first African-American woman on the ...

www.pbs.org/black-culture/explore/black-women-in-history

Be inspired by exceptional women who have evolved civil rights and women's ... First black principal ballerina at the American Ballet Theatre on her historic rise.

www.more.com/lifestyle/culture-causes/10-most-iconic-african-american-women

These 10 African American women knew how to get things done. more ... Along with celebrating black history, we're also celebrating the fact that the NAACP will  ...

www.theroot.com/the-root-disruptors-11-black-women-who-changed-history-1790868519

Mar 14, 2015 ... For Black History Month, The Root featured a series on Facebook ... became the first African-American woman in the history of the state to hold ...

mic.com/articles/110702/9-influential-women-in-black-history-you-won-t-hear-about-in-school

But Selma also introduced many Americans to black women who directly influenced organizing efforts at the time, like Annie Lee Cooper, Diane Nash, Amelia ...