2017-02-27T11:01:10ZPoets such as Countee Cullen, Arna Bontemps, Sterling Brown, Claude McKay and Langston Hughes all made significant contributions to the Harlem Renaissance.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZIda B. Wells-Barnett was a journalist, suffragist and overall crusader for justice.
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2017-02-27T11:01:10ZFive African-American women writers whose work spans through colonial America through the Black Arts Movement
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZThis biography of historian Carter G. Woodson details how he created black studies and founded Negro History Week, today known as Black History Month.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZWhat five cities played an important role in the Abolition Movement?
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZThis civil rights movement timeline covers the struggle's second phase in which nonviolent action was put to the test during the early 1960s.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZDuring the Jim Crow Era, African-Americans established businesses in banking, insurance, news publishing, beauty and sports. They didn't just make a profit, they created change.
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2017-02-27T11:01:10ZSeven African-American women and their contributions to the anti-slavery movement.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZHow was Kwanza established? When was Malcolm X assassinated? Why was the Poor People's Campaign established? Who was the first black Supreme Court Justice?
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZMacon Bolling Allen was the first African-American licensed attorney and judge in the United States.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZWhy did Ella Baker become involved in grassroots organizing? What strategies did Ella Baker use to help members of the Civil Rights Movement?
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZThis civil rights movement timeline covers the struggle's final years, including the rise of black power, the Voting Rights Act, and urban riots.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZKey events and issues occurring between 1910 and 1919.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZThe fight for racial equality did not end after the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was enacted, but the law allowed activists to meet their major goals.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZThe definition of African-American history has evolved. This overview shows how historians have classified the field in the past and do so today.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZBooker T. Washington was the most influential African-American leader from 1895 until his death in 1915.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZThe Dred Scott case was a seminal case in United States history. Dred Scott, an enslaved man, unsuccessfully fought for his and his wife's freedom.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZThe Anti Lynching movement was a movement aimed at abolishing the practice of lynching.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZThis timeline features key events of the Black Panther Party.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZFour prominent civil rights organizations that helped to end segregation and Jim Crow Era laws.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZMaya Angelou was a prominent memorist and poet whose work encouraged Americans of all walks of life.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZThis is an African-American history timeline highlighting significant events between 1840 and 1849.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZA timeline of African-American history from 1980 to 1989
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZMary McCleod Bethune was a lifelong educator and civic leader.
2017-02-27T11:01:10ZHow did African-Americans become citizens? How did African-American men gain the right to vote? What HBCUs opened right after the Civil War?