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Marsha P. Johnson (born Malcolm Johnson) was one of the well known drag queens who led the fight for gay rights during the Stonewall Riots of 1969. After the success of the rebellion, Marsha P. Johnson and her friends formed S.T.A.R. – Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries.

Marsha P. Johnson (born Malcolm Johnson) was one of the well known drag queens who led the fight for gay rights during the Stonewall Riots of 1969. After the success of the rebellion, Marsha P. Johnson and her friends formed S.T.A.R. – Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries.

William Edmondson was the first black artist to have a solo show at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), New York in 1937. He grew up near Nashville, Tennessee. Edmondson’s father, George, died when he was quite young and his mother Jane became a farm worker to support the family. With a belief that his work was inspired by God, Edmondson began carving tombstones and later expanded his work to include sports heroes, animals, birdbaths, and figures from the Bible.

William Edmondson was the first black artist to have a solo show at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), New York in 1937. He grew up near Nashville, Tennessee. Edmondson’s father, George, died when he was quite young and his mother Jane became a farm worker to support the family. With a belief that his work was inspired by God, Edmondson began carving tombstones and later expanded his work to include sports heroes, animals, birdbaths, and figures from the Bible.

Dominique Sanda by Helmut Newton 1974

Dominique Sanda by Helmut Newton 1974

Marsha P. Johnson (right) and Kady van Deurs, Gay Rights demonstration, City Hall, New York City, April 1973. Photo by Diana Davies, @nyplpicturecollection. “I was no one, nobody, from Nowheresville, until I became a drag queen. That’s what made me in New York, that’s what made me in New Jersey, that’s what made me in the world.” – Marsha P. Johnson

Marsha P. Johnson (right) and Kady van Deurs, Gay Rights demonstration, City Hall, New York City, April 1973. Photo by Diana Davies, @nyplpicturecollection. “I was no one, nobody, from Nowheresville, until I became a drag queen. That’s what made me in New York, that’s what made me in New Jersey, that’s what made me in the world.” – Marsha P. Johnson

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First off - FREAKS, REALLY. Give me a break. How frickin nasty can you get, have you no shame??? That is just frickin gross, I want to puke. obamacare...

blackhistoryalbum: “Billie “Buckwheat” Thomas (1931-1980) African American child actor that played the character of Buckwheat in the Our Gang (Little Rascals) short films from 1934 until the series’...

blackhistoryalbum: “Billie “Buckwheat” Thomas (1931-1980) African American child actor that played the character of Buckwheat in the Our Gang (Little Rascals) short films from 1934 until the series’...

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Dorothy Dandridge was the first black actress to be nominated for an Academy Award for her role in movie "Carmen Jones".

Dorothy Dandridge was the first black actress to be nominated for an Academy Award for her role in movie "Carmen Jones".

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