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Dr. Jane Wright, invented cancer treatment

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Otis Boykin’s noteworthy inventions include a wire precision resistor and a control unit for the pacemaker. When he died in he had 26 patents in his name. Otis Boykin was born on August in Dallas, Texas.

DURHAM, NC – Nathan Garrett still remembers when downtown’s Parrish Street was the address of “Black Wall Street” â€” a black-owned financial district just around the corner from Main Street, in the heart of Durham’s white business district. “It was unique in Durham because you had this concentration of black executives and professional people who were doing the same University Professor, Duke University, Black History Facts, Black History Month, Durham North Carolina, Main Street, Black Pride, African American History, Cowboy Cakes

Did You Know Durham, North Carolina Had It's Own Black Wall Street?

NewBlackMan (in Exile): Gentrification Rocks North Carolina’s Historic Black Community: Old Hayti & Black Wall Street

Richmond was once the epicenter of black finance. What happened there explains the decline of black-owned banks across the country. Famous Black People, Famous Women, Black Jesus, Women In History, Us History, St Luke, Savings Bank, African American Inventors, African American History

The Rise and Fall of Black Wall Street

On this day in Black History Maggie Lena Walker opened the St. Luke Penny Savings Bank in Richmond, VA in Walker was the nation's first black woman to head a bank.

Tennessee riot of 1946 part of hidden civil rights history | Emory University | Atlanta, GA Tulsa Race Riot, Scottsboro Boys, Images Of Princess, African American Studies, Jim Crow, Black History Facts, Associate Professor, African American History, American Horror

Emory African American Studies associate professor Carol Anderson discusses the Columbia race riot of which were sparked by injustices and prejudices of the Jim Crow South.

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Emory African American Studies associate professor Carol Anderson discusses the Columbia race riot of which were sparked by injustices and prejudices of the Jim Crow South.

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