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Black History education starts here! Experience the compelling life stories and view outstanding videos for 100 of the most influential African Americans in history, all in the palm of your hand. Don’t wait for Black History Month, here’s your opportunity to become better acquainted with the artists, activists, political thinkers, sports figures and entertainers who have played significant roles in shaping the African American experience.
Check out these innovative, video-enhanced flashcards and create your own ‘personal stack’ of favorites for further study or review. A quiz feature tests your knowledge about the accomplishments of these inspirational and sometimes controversial figures. Organize lists alphabetically, chronologically, or by field of endeavor. Full-length informative biographies are provided for every entry. Each biography is exclusive.
Best of all; enjoy archival and educational videos carefully selected by educational experts that reflect the best available on YouTube, without exiting the application.
See and hear inspiring leaders, achievers and artists such as James Farmer, Alice Walker, Miles Davis, and 97 others. See who made the list! Do you agree or disagree? Share your thoughts by reviewing this essential black history app.
This app is free while we continue to perfect it. Look for upgrades and new titles in the WDYK (What Do You Know) Series.
100 Influential Black Americans
William "Count" Basie
Mary McLeod Bethune
Carol Moseley Braun
Edward W. Brooke
Blanche K. Bruce
Ralph J Bunche
George Washington Carver
Jewel Plummer Cobb
Benjamin Oliver Davis, Jr.
W. E. B. Du Bois
James Farmer, Jr.
Berry Gordy, Jr.
Frederick D. Gregory
Patricia Roberts Harris
Shirley Ann Jackson
Jesse Jackson, Sr.
Mae C. Jemison
James Weldon Johnson
Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr
Jelly Roll Morton
Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.
Mary E. Church Terrell
Madame C.J. Walker
Booker T. Washington
Ida B. Wells-Barnett
Granville T. Woods
iOS WDYK – 100 Influential Black Americans 1.2 Mobile
Last I knew Bob Marley, Nelson Mandela and Steven Biko were not black Americans get it right they were influential people, but not American. Good app, need to add more influences.
It`s free people don`t complain you can find black history anywhere on the Internet.
I like the app for a quick reference. Please add Allen Allensworth. He started the first black town in America in 1908. It is now a national park.
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