“Pillars of African American society”: Remembering the legacy of Black women


Black women’s stories have often been left out of history, but scholars are working to fill in the gaps and include them in American history even before colonization.


Dr. Ronald Angelo Johnson, the Ralph and Bessie Mae Lynn Chair of History, said when celebrating Black women, he wants to focus on the lesser-known women.




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