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Recognized by Learning By Design magazine as a 2017 Outstanding Project, Mary McLeod Bethune Elementary School of Literature and Technology opened in Fall 2015 in Gentilly for approximately 00 students.
MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE, AFRICAN-AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST
Although the school only gained official HBCU designation 30 years ago, Bowden was a seminal HBCU leader in a league along with early HBCU presidents like Mary McLeod Bethune.
Twelve-year-old Dawnie Rae wants to be a doctor some day, but classes at Mary McLeod Bethune School, taught with outdated, ragged texts and no library, won't get her there.
Before Barack Obama, there was Crispus Attucks, Frederick Douglass, the Massachusetts 54th Regiment, Mary McLeod Bethune, Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.
Mary McLeod Bethune is someone I knew I'd include in Adventurous Women: Eight True Stories About Women Who Made a Difference, and I couldn't wait to visit her statue (below) in Washington, DC.
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McCluskey's text chronicles the interwoven lives of Lucy Craft Laney (1854-1933), Mary McLeod Bethune (1875-1955), Nannie Helen Burroughs (1879-1961), and Charlotte Hawkins Brown (1883-1961).
To read Hughes' letters is to be immersed in mid-century culture and politics--over the years, Hughes corresponded with Paul Robeson, Countee Cullen, Vachel Lindsay, Claude McKay, Ezra Pound, Nancy Cunard, Mary McLeod Bethune, Richard Wright and Martin Luther King Jr.
It happened in a flash, but the life of Mary McLeod Bethune, the daughter of former slaves, changed course the day a white girl insisted she couldn't read.
Besides taking summer classes, Brown is an active member and usher at Clinton Chapel AME Zion Church in Sumter and a member of Sumter's Mary McLeod Bethune chapter of the National Council of Negro Women.
Those profiled include Daniel Payne, Mary McLeod Bethune, Jesse Jackson, Eugene Robinson, and even junior high school student Ty'Sheoma Bethea, whose letter to Congress on the crisis in South Carolina public schools was publicly acknowledged by President Obama.