Tag Archives: black history

Photos of the Day: Cute little kids posed as important women from history

TweetThis is just what I needed to get going this Monday morning. In her “Because of Them, We Can” project, photographer Eunique Jones features little kids posed as groundbreaking women throughout history. The project started last year in honor of Black History Month (check out that series too for the cutest little Rosa Parks you ever saw) as [...]
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Black nun could be the first African American to reach sainthood

Tweet Despite the fact that I renounced Christianity years ago, this story made me slightly proud that my 1-year-old self was doused with holy water (according to my older family, I resisted the rituals of the church back then as well) at a little church in a Chicago suburb called Saint Mary’s. I say that [...]
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