Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock

Daisy Bates┬ábecame a household name in 1957 when she fought for the right of nine black students to attend the all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. As head of the Arkansas NAACP and advocate for the nine students, Bates would achieve instant fame as the drama played out on national television and in […]

Jenice L. View Interviewed About Black History Month

“Yes, Black History Month is still relevant today,” said Jenice L. View, Teaching for Change Professional Development Specialist and George Mason University Assistant Professor, during a news segment, “Black Scholars Discuss Teaching Black History,” on WAMU (88.5) radio. The segment began with the voices of students and a principal from three D.C. schools who are […]

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