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  • 1 Woman Basketball Player No. 5 — Traditional 女籃5號 Simplified 女篮5号 …

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  • 2 Colored Players Film Corporation — The Colored Players Film Corporation, also known as The Colored Players Film Corporation of Philadelphia, was an independent silent film production company based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Primarily founded by David Starkman and Sherman H.… …

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  • 3 colored — col|ored1 [ kʌlərd ] adjective * 1. ) usually before noun red, green, blue, etc. rather than transparent or black or white: colored glass pieces of colored paper brightly colored: a woman wearing a brightly colored dress 2. ) colored hair has… …

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  • 4 The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man — infobox Book | name = The Autobiography of an Ex Colored Man title orig = translator = image caption = author = James Weldon Johnson illustrator = cover artist = country = United States language = English series = genre = African American Novel… …

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  • 5 National Association of Colored Women — s Clubs Emblem The National Association of Colored Women Clubs (NACWC) was established in Washington, D.C., USA, by the merger in 1896 of the National Federation of Afro American Women, the Women s Era Club of Boston, and the National League of… …

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  • 6 Once Upon a Time...When We Were Colored — is a film directed by Tim Reid and the screenplay was written by Paul W. Cooper. The film is based on Clifton Taulbert’s real life and his nonfiction book, Once Upon A Time When We Were Colored. The film plays out Taulbert’s life. The film… …

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  • 7 Maria: or, The Wrongs of Woman — …

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  • 8 Orange Colored Sky — Single by Nat King Cole (with Stan Kenton s orchestra) Released 1950 Writer(s) Milton DeLugg and Willie Stein Orange Colored Sky is a popular …

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  • 9 Sawing a woman in half — is a generic name for a number of different stage magic tricks in which a person (traditionally a female assistant) is apparently sawn or divided into two or more pieces. Contents 1 History 2 Effects and variations 2.1 The Selbit sawing …

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  • 10 Diary of a Mad Black Woman (film) — Diary of a Mad Black Woman Theatrical release poster Directed by Darren Grant Pro …

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  • 11 Diary of a Mad Black Woman (play) — This is about the stage play. For its film adaptation, see Diary of a Mad Black Woman. Diary of a Mad Black Woman Written by Tyler Perry Diary of a Mad Black Woman is an American stage play written and directed by Tyler Perry, which opened in the …

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  • 12 Cleveland Home for Aged Colored People — U.S. National Register of Historic Places …

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  • 13 For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf — For Colored Girls brought a female and black perspective to the stage. According to Hilton Als in The New Yorker s Critic s Notebook (March 5, 2007), ...all sorts of people who might never have set foot in a Broadway house black nationalists,… …

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  • 14 Mary Burnett Talbert — Mary B. Talbert Mary Burnett Talbert (September 17, 1866 – October 15, 1923) was an American orator, activist, suffragist and reformer. Called the best known Colored Woman in the United States, Talbert was among the most prominent African… …

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  • 15 Mary Church Terrell — (September 23, 1863 – July 24, 1954), daughter of former slaves, was one of the first African American women to earn a college degree. She became an activist who led several important associations and worked for civil rights and suffrage.… …

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  • 16 Mary Jane Patterson — was born September 12, 1840, in Raleigh, North Carolina. She was the first African American woman to receive a B.A degree. She was the oldest of Henry Irving Patterson and Emeline Eliza (Taylor) Patterson s children. There is conflicting data on… …

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  • 17 Henry Hart (musician) — Henry Hart (1839 1915) was an African American musician. He composed, led the Henry Hart Minstrels, was proclaimed a social necessity in Indianapolis, Indiana, and was the leader a family musical group, about which Emma Lou Thornbrough wrote, The …

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  • 18 Terrell, Mary Eliza Church — ▪ American social activist née  Mary Eliza Church  born Sept. 23, 1863, Memphis, Tenn., U.S. died July 24, 1954, Annapolis, Md.  American social activist who was cofounder and first president of the National Association of Colored Women. She was… …

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  • 19 Sojourner Truth: What Time of Night It Is (1853) — ▪ Primary Source       African American reformer and evangelist Sojourner Truth was involved in the abolitionist and women s rights movements. The following is a brief account of her appearance at and speech before the rowdy Women s Rights… …

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  • 20 black — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. darkness, midnight, Stygian hue; Negro, African American. v. t. shine, polish (shoes). See color, darkness.Ant., white. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Opposite to white] Syn. dark, blackish, ebony, jet,… …

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