On July 26, 1948, President Harry S. Truman signed Executive Order 9981, which officially integrated the United States military — mandating fair treatment and equality in government and the armed services. Explore more: https://t.co/4pzFbzax4J#APeoplesJourney #ANationsStory pic.twitter.com/pJijsrLTmJ
— Smithsonian NMAAHC (@NMAAHC) July 26, 2023
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Two of our registered apprentices, and been working around the clock to present their research and production through a certification initiative “Ideate To Innovate”. Our apprentices are integrating several digital media pathways into one cohesive super career-pathway to develop Preditor Producers. Below is some of their work, from our owned and licensed archives of African American Military Memorabilia.
We’ve been curating several rare museum collections, HBO licensed content, and 67 organizations as part of HRTC Pilot team to present a charrette, February 28th . We’ve assembled a cohort of scholars and counting to produce a live student generated Iheart podcast to showcase over 15 years of student research from our NAACP Award Winning For Love Of Liberty documentary and Department of Education approved Facilitators guide K-16. . With an invitation from the DoD and the White House’s. We’re recruiting a cohort of 30 pre-apprenticeship candidates to match up with our 2022-2023 DPI apprenticeship to deliver products to the specification from a bi-monthly joint task force of federal inter- agency department heads.
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Pat Tillman Foundation Scholars are the honorary captains for the #SBLVII coin toss.
— NFL (@NFL) February 12, 2023
— Kevin Clark (@Homageusa) November 15, 2022
Harry Truman issues Executive Order 9981, desegregating United States armed forces, July 26, 1948: pic.twitter.com/LW9ubI8NDE
— Michael Beschloss (@BeschlossDC) July 26, 2020
June 12th in 1948, President Harry S. Truman signed into law the Women’s Armed Service Integration Act, enabling women to serve as permanent regular members of the armed forces.
June 12, 2018 – the US recognized the first ever Women Veterans Day. #HappyWomensVeteransDay pic.twitter.com/BfBxrgvIPJ
— MergingVets&Players (@VetsandPlayers) June 13, 2020
One of the best things to happen in the 20th century was President Truman desegregation of the military
One of worst effects of World War II is that 1.2 million black service personnel were denied benefits of the G.I. Bill, to buy homes pic.twitter.com/OCZq1McQHs
— D.mac (@worldflood1) November 18, 2021
Black Patriots, Buffalo Soldiers Presentation, take a look at my biz partner Anthony Powell and our photographs featured throughout the presentation. https://t.co/TdlPZFkFkS pic.twitter.com/6VhAAg6d6c
— Kevin Clark (@Homageusa) June 1, 2022
— Annie Horn (@AnnieMHorn) January 18, 2022
The program is hosted and executive produced by NBA legend, best-selling author, and activist Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and highlights/celebrates African Americans throughout US history who helped to shape this nation, but who have been long overlooked. Previous episodes have focused on heroes and heroines of the Revolutionary War and Civil War; this season we will be exploring the stories of the Buffalo Soldiers (1866-1953).
NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (@kaj33) is now an executive producer of the new @History Channel documentary “Black Patriots: Heroes of the Revolution.” It highlights significant African-Americans who stood up to British rule and helped establish this country.
Kareem joins us: pic.twitter.com/eSUR2UezDX
— CBS Mornings (@CBSMornings) February 10, 2020
“Black Patriots: Heroes of the Revolution” is produced for HISTORY by the Six West MediaTM group. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Deborah Morales serve as executive producers for Iconomy Multi-Media & Entertainment. Steve Ascher, Kristy Sabat, Jessica Conway and Stephen Mintz are executive producers for the Six West MediaTM group. Jennifer Wagman is executive producer for HISTORY.
One of my greatest moments was at the Schaumburg Museum in Harlem N.Y. with my client and business partner Anthony Powell and the NBA Legend Kareem Abdul Jabbar., Feb 6th 2004. pic.twitter.com/aEsJRSYHy1
— Kevin Clark (@Homageusa) December 8, 2021
Anthony Powell and I spent the day on the set of Black Patriots, delivering his perspective on key characters, his personal connection, and dispelling some myths about the Buffalo Soldier timeline. We fled the sed on our way to the private screening of our project Homage To Warriors Pat and Present.