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Mary McLeod Bethune

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Mary McLeod Bethune, April 6, 1949 (Carl Van Vechten Collection, Library of Congress American Memory Collection)

Dorothy Height presents Eleanor Roosevelt with the Mary McLeod Bethune Human Rights Award in 1960.

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Painting of Bethune by Betsy Graves Reyneau

Mary McLeod Bethune: Her 1949 Historic Awards

... 1949 Mary McLeod Bethune received two historic awards. Haitian Medal of Honor & Merit

Mary McLeod Bethune became the first African American woman to head a federal agency when she

Many within the black community found fault with Bethune's educational philosophy. In the tradition of Booker T. Washington, the prominent black educator, ...

Mary McLeod Bethune and Eleanor Roosevelt

The Commander of the Order of the Star of Africa

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Mary McLeod Bethune in uniform.

Bethune-Cookman College. Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune saying goodbye to a group of students after resigning as president of the college.

In 1949 Mary McLeod Bethune traveled to Haiti where she would receive the country's highest award

Mary McLeod Bethune at a Mother's Day celebration

Eleanor Roosevelt and Mary McLeod Bethune in New York

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In that direction, her achievements have been amazing..." In her efforts, Bethune aspired to be this woman. Her inner strength and passion for education ...

MARY MACLEOD BETHUNE: THE ONLY BLACK WOMAN PRESENT AT THE FORMATION OF UNITED NATION AND THE GREAT AFRICAN-AMERICAN EDUCATOR OF ALL TIME

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On This Day 1904: Mary McLeod Bethune opens her first school for African-American

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MARY MACLEOD BETHUNE: THE ONLY BLACK WOMAN PRESENT AT THE FORMATION OF UNITED NATION AND THE GREAT AFRICAN-AMERICAN EDUCATOR OF ALL TIME

MARY MACLEOD BETHUNE: THE ONLY BLACK WOMAN PRESENT AT THE FORMATION OF UNITED NATION AND THE GREAT AFRICAN-AMERICAN EDUCATOR OF ALL TIME

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Dr Mary McLeod Bethune Named Mother of the Century - Jet Magazine, October 21, 1954

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MARY MACLEOD BETHUNE: THE ONLY BLACK WOMAN PRESENT AT THE FORMATION OF UNITED NATION AND THE GREAT AFRICAN-AMERICAN EDUCATOR OF ALL TIME

Mary McLeod Bethune

Mary McLeod Bethune To Be Buried in Florida - Jet Magazine, June 2, 1955

Mary McLeod Bethune (right) inspired young women such as her protégé Dorothy Irene Height (left) to pursue civil rights activism.

Destination Freedom - One Out Of Seventeen, Mary McLeod Bethune (November 14, 1948)

Mary Jane McLeod Bethune

In 1950 Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune visited the white house. Upon arrival one of the white guards called her "auntie". In response she said "Which one of my ...

Mary McLeod Bethune

Literary and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls in Daytona. Mary McLeod Bethune ...

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Educator and Civil Rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune sitting at a banquet table 1945

Mary McLeod Bethune Educator and Civil Rights Leader Portrait circa 1940

Mary McLeod Bethune Portrait while Director of the Division of Negro Affairs National Youth Association circa

Mary McLeod Bethune and Eleanor Roosevelt on the campus of Bethune-Cookman College in 1952. Courtesy of Florida Memory.

Anna Murray Douglass: His story was made possible because of her love

Mary McLeod Bethune Council Home Photo: Public Domain

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Mary McLeod Bethune Emancipation Memorial

Mary McLeod Bethune by Carl Van Vechten, Noble Black Women: The Harlem Renaissance and After 1949, printed 1983 (Van Vechten Trust; Compilation/Publication, ...

An afternoon in Lincoln Park in Washington, DC

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Cabin where Mary McLeod Bethune was born near Mayesville, South Carolina. Rachel and Maria, Mary McLeod Bethune's sisters, are in front of the cabin.

Mary McLeod Bethune Memorial

The cabin in Mayesville, South Carolina where Mary McLeod was born

Leading Ladies by Michael Eaton

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Women and educator and Civil Rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune during meeting of the Southern Confederation

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But remember that Maestro Duke Ellington stated, “It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that Swing.”

Mary McLeod Bethune with Group of Students after Resigning as President of BethuneCookman College Daytona Beach

Educator and Civil Rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune washing laundry June 8 1940

WEB Dubois with DrMary McLeod Bethune and Lincoln University President Dr Horace Mann Bond after receiving. Mary Bethune

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Mary McLeod Bethune Home - The home in March, 2011

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This page gives a brief summary of the historical accomplishments of the women featured in the upcoming work, Women in American History, a publication from ...

... you think of Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, and Maya Angelou but there are more inspiring people who had an effect of African-American History.