“Invisible Warriors” New Documentary Highlights Contributions Of Black Women During World War II Read more at http://madamenoire.com/237347/invisible-warriors-new-documentary-highlights-contributions-of-black-women-during-world-war-ii/#3LLZvpOLYLmf8XLz.99
Remembering that the first Statue of Liberty given to the U.S. by France was of a black woman. The U.S. refused it and today Lady Liberty stands beckoning on the island of St. Martin. So the French offered Plan B to the U.S. ~ the Lady Liberty who stands in NYC harbor... representing the shining light of acceptance, respect, and liberty for all. hmmm....
Pin honoring Pearl Harbor hero Dorie Miller. A black messman who was untrained in machine gun use due to rigid Naval segregation policies, Miller took over a machine gun aboard the USS West Virginia and was officially credited with downing two Japanese planes. Miller was honored as one of the first heroes of World War II, and six months after the attack was given the Navy Cross by Admiral Chester Nimitz.
MISS ISRAEL WORLD 2013 - Yityish Titi Aynaw (born 1992) is an Israeli of Ethiopian origin beautyqueen who became the first from the Ethiopian Israeli immigrant minority to be crowned Miss Israel 2013. Aynaw is also the first black Miss Israel winner.
Mary Jane McLeod Bethune (July 10, 1875 – May 18, 1955) an American educator and civil rights leader best known for starting a school for African American students in Daytona Beach, Florida, that eventually became Bethune-Cookman University and for being an advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt.