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Black History/Women's history month

was a founding member of the TV show, A Current Affair, and often appears on TV and radio. Adams has written several books
one of the many Brazilian models to hit it big internationally in the late 1990s
she was elected for a full term later that year, becoming the first woman to be elected to the U.S. Senate
a former model who created the popular TV reality show America's Next Top Model and hosted her own talk show
" Jackson's 2003 Get Rich or Die Tryin' was a top-seller, propelled by the hit song "In Da Club" and by support from hip-hop superstars Eminem and Dr. Dre.
The pair performed in vaudeville, on radio, in movies and on television. Their television show, The Burns and Allen Show, ran from 1950 to 1958.
established the African Lodge of the Honorable Society of Free and Accepted Masons of Boston in 1775. It was the first lodge of black Freemasons in the world
Actress famous for her childhood roles. Her curly hair, dimples and charm captivated America in the films Little Miss Marker (1934), Heidi (1937) and The Little Princess (1939)
a flowering of black artistic and literary talent in the 1920's and wrote poetry inspired by American black life.
Successfully attempted to help other and him escape from slavery in 1838
Her, several Southern black ministers and activists established the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, a major force in organizing the civil rights movement
Texas senator received national attention and wide praise for her marathon filibuster against a restrictive abortion bill.
many publications focused on the history of the American South, on slavery and Reconstruction , and on the African-American contribution to the development of the United States
taught himself astronomy well enough to correctly predict a solar eclipse in 1789
won the Pulitzer Prize for 1955's North & South
He was hired at Cornwallis's camp and was able to relay information about Cornwallis's plans to Lafayette in return he was freed from slavery
Rhythm-and-blues singer and actress who was on the brink of superstardom when she died in a plane crash. Her self-titled album reached No. 2 on the Billboard album chart.
Academy Award-winning film and stage actress known for her freshfaced, innocent appeal first on stage in My Fair Lady (1956) and then in films, including Mary Poppins (1964) and The Sound of Music (1965)
During the 1960s she was active in the African-American political movement she subsequently moved to Cairo where she edited The Arab Observer and then spent several years in Ghana as editor of the African Review.
Emmy Award-winning television talk-show host, actress and producer has the highest-rated talk show in syndication history.