Little leaders

Bold women in black history

Little leaders: Women in Black History, is a collection of short bios of accomplished African American women. The bios include women in a wide range of fields science, arts, journalism, politics, sports, who range from popular cultural figures like Oprah Winfrey to activist/scholar Angela Davis. The women are presented chronologically by birth date; the first woman profiled is poet Phillis Wheatley, born in 1753, and the last is gymnast Dominique Dawes, born in 1976. Each profile is paired with a full-page illustration that has a muted background depicting the woman’s field.



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One Black History Month, Vashti Harrison illustrated one African American woman from history every day and posted the portraits online along with a small biography. It resulted in this beautiful and profound book, which chronicles the struggles and achievements of historic and contemporary black women. A collection of 50 great black women is also very welcome for any school library or shelf at home.

Not just for girls, this is an inspiring book for any child as it shows how a determined nature, ambition, and hard work can make important changes in the world.




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