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  1. 1. Who? African-American artists, musicians, and writers 2. What did African-American artists, musicians, and writers do? moved 3. To where? Harlem 4. When? in the 1920s 5. Why? because it was an exciting place for African-American culture 10. Vocabulary Word: patrons: customers. Use the vocabulary word in a sentence: answers may vary.

  2. Asante, professor in the African American Studies program at Temple University, has written a volume in which he attempts to distill his work on the history of African Americans into a list of the 100 greatest people in that history--a difficult task to be sure, and one that can lead to arguments over the choices.

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  3. Feb 15, 2019 · It’s amazing how many famous black people are or have been Seventh-day Adventists! The list of one-time Adventists includes a United States president’s grandfather, the world’s fastest person, one of the greatest basketball players of all time, the most influential civil rights leaders, one of the greatest rap groups of all time, the father of rock and roll and other Grammy award-winning ...

  4. Sep 12, 2021 · Famous Black Artists. Black artists have shared exquisite portrayals of the struggles and triumphs of African Americans through their paintings, sculptures and other artwork. Jean-Michel Basquiat ...

  5. American ophthalmologist and inventor known for being the first African American woman doctor to receive a patent for a medical invention. Percy Lavon Julian (April 11, 1899 – April 19, 1975) African American researcher known for being a pioneer in the chemical synthesis of medicinal drugs from plants.

  6. Aug 05, 2020 · Several famous actors, musicians, and athletes were born in Africa. Some of these famous African people relocated to the U.S. or UK as children, while others remained in Africa throughout their careers. Multiple Nobel Prize winners were even born in Africa.Who are the most famous African...

  7. Feb 24, 2011 · African Americans have made a significant impact on Ohio and U.S. history. Here is a short list of some of the highlights. 1851 Soujourner Truth gave her famous Aint I a Woman? speech at the Womens Convention in Akron. 1856 Wilberforce University, the countrys oldest, private black university was founded.

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