Jackie Robinson was chosen for an opportunity of a lifetime. On April 14, 1947, Robinson stepped onto the baseball
The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African-American military aviators in the United States Armed Forces to fight in combat
Fredrick Douglass was an orator, writer, social reformer and abolitionist who escaped slavery in the early 1800’s. He was
Sojourner Truth was a former slave, abolitionist, and civil right activist who escaped from slavery at the age 29.
Last year I was asked by Scott the director of the Issachar Center to do a 3' x 4'
Acrylic painting of Aunt Clara Brown, the first black female millionaire. More info coming soon...
Mahalia Jackson, a gospel singer and civil rights activist, was born in New Orleans Louisiana. Jackson was known for
A Moses of her time, Harriet Tubman escape the slavery and returned to later rescue her family and friends.