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Romare Bearden - Level 2 - HR |During his brilliant career, Romare was well known in the art world for his explicit collages and photomontages. He was a cartoonist for Saturday Evening Post, Esquire, and New Yorker had over thirteen exhibitions and received more than fifteen honors. Most of his works were based on the concept of African-American unity and cooperation. African American Artist, American Artists, Romare Bearden, Teacher Assistant, Saturday Evening Post, Reading Lessons, Esquire, Photomontage, Art World

Romare Bearden - Level 2 - HR

Romare Bearden - Level 2 - HR |During his brilliant career, Romare was well known in the art world for his explicit collages and photomontages. He was a cartoonist for Saturday Evening Post, Esquire, and New Yorker had over thirteen exhibitions and received more than fifteen honors. Most of his works were based on the concept of African-American unity and cooperation.

Robert Abbott - Level 4 |In 1905, Abbott founded the Chicago Defender, which became the most widely read Black newspaper in the United States. By editing and publishing this newspaper, later known as “America's Black newspaper," Abbott established himself as one of the first African-American millionaires.

Robert Abbott - Level 4

Robert Abbott - Level 4 |In 1905, Abbott founded the Chicago Defender, which became the most widely read Black newspaper in the United States. By editing and publishing this newspaper, later known as “America's Black newspaper," Abbott established himself as one of the first African-American millionaires.

Robert Abbott - Level 2 | Robert Abbott was born in Frederica, on St. Simons Island, Georgia on November 24, 1870. His parents, Flora and Thomas Abbott had both been born in slavery. His father was a butler on the Charles Stevens Plantation and his mother a hairdresser in the Savannah Theater.

Robert Abbott - Level 2

Robert Abbott - Level 2 | Robert Abbott was born in Frederica, on St. Simons Island, Georgia on November 24, 1870. His parents, Flora and Thomas Abbott had both been born in slavery. His father was a butler on the Charles Stevens Plantation and his mother a hairdresser in the Savannah Theater.

Robert Abbott - Level 2 |Robert Abbott was born in Frederica, on St. Simons Island, Georgia on November 24, 1870. His parents, Flora and Thomas Abbott had both been born in slavery. His father was a butler on the Charles Stevens Plantation and his mother a hairdresser in the Savannah Theater. Reading Lessons, Savannah Chat, Hairdresser, African, Barber, Barber Shop

Robert Abbott - Level 2

Robert Abbott - Level 2 |Robert Abbott was born in Frederica, on St. Simons Island, Georgia on November 24, 1870. His parents, Flora and Thomas Abbott had both been born in slavery. His father was a butler on the Charles Stevens Plantation and his mother a hairdresser in the Savannah Theater.

Romare Bearden - Level 4 |Romare Bearden was an African-American artist and one of the leading influencers in the world of art during his time. He was born on September 2, 1911, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Romare Bearden - Level 4

Romare Bearden - Level 4 |Romare Bearden was an African-American artist and one of the leading influencers in the world of art during his time. He was born on September 2, 1911, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Romare Bearden - Level 3 |During his brilliant career, Romare was well known in the art world for his explicit collages and photomontages. He was a cartoonist for Saturday Evening Post, Esquire, and New Yorker had over thirteen exhibitions and received more than fifteen honors. Most of his works were based on the concept of African-American unity and cooperation. African American Artist, American Artists, Romare Bearden, Teacher Assistant, Saturday Evening Post, Reading Lessons, Esquire, Photomontage, Art World

Romare Bearden - Level 3

Romare Bearden - Level 3 |During his brilliant career, Romare was well known in the art world for his explicit collages and photomontages. He was a cartoonist for Saturday Evening Post, Esquire, and New Yorker had over thirteen exhibitions and received more than fifteen honors. Most of his works were based on the concept of African-American unity and cooperation.

Romare Bearden - Level 2 |Romare Bearden was an African-American artist and one of the leading influencers in the world of art during his time. He was born on September 2, 1911, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Romare Bearden - Level 2

Romare Bearden - Level 2 |Romare Bearden was an African-American artist and one of the leading influencers in the world of art during his time. He was born on September 2, 1911, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Paul Robeson - Level 1 - HR |He traveled the world performing and speaking out against racial injustices wherever he went. Because of his political views, in 1950, he lost his passport and was unable to travel abroad. He was active in the Harlem Renaissance and the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S. In 1958, he got his passport back and started touring extensively once more.

Paul Robeson - Level 1 - HR

Paul Robeson - Level 1 - HR |He traveled the world performing and speaking out against racial injustices wherever he went. Because of his political views, in 1950, he lost his passport and was unable to travel abroad. He was active in the Harlem Renaissance and the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S. In 1958, he got his passport back and started touring extensively once more.

Paul Robeson - Level 4 - HR |Paul Robeson was a famous and influential African-American actor, singer, and civil rights activist who made a name for himself worldwide as a political figure and a performer. He was born on April 9, 1898, in Princeton, New Jersey.

Paul Robeson - Level 4 - HR

Paul Robeson - Level 4 - HR |Paul Robeson was a famous and influential African-American actor, singer, and civil rights activist who made a name for himself worldwide as a political figure and a performer. He was born on April 9, 1898, in Princeton, New Jersey.

Paul Robeson - Level 3 - HR | He traveled the world performing and speaking out against racial injustices wherever he went. Because of his political views, in 1950, he lost his passport and was unable to travel abroad. He was active in the Harlem Renaissance and the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S. In 1958, he got his passport back and started touring extensively once more.

Paul Robeson - Level 3 - HR

Paul Robeson - Level 3 - HR | He traveled the world performing and speaking out against racial injustices wherever he went. Because of his political views, in 1950, he lost his passport and was unable to travel abroad. He was active in the Harlem Renaissance and the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S. In 1958, he got his passport back and started touring extensively once more.

Paul Robeson - Level 2 - HR |Paul Robeson was a famous and influential African-American actor, singer, and civil rights activist who made a name for himself worldwide as a political figure and a performer. He was born on April 9, 1898, in Princeton, New Jersey. His rich heritage gave him a passion for the arts and for standing up for the rights and freedom of all people.

Paul Robeson - Level 2 - HR

Paul Robeson - Level 2 - HR |Paul Robeson was a famous and influential African-American actor, singer, and civil rights activist who made a name for himself worldwide as a political figure and a performer. He was born on April 9, 1898, in Princeton, New Jersey. His rich heritage gave him a passion for the arts and for standing up for the rights and freedom of all people.

Paul Robeson - Level 3 - HR |He traveled the world performing and speaking out against racial injustices wherever he went. Because of his political views, in 1950, he lost his passport and was unable to travel abroad. He was active in the Harlem Renaissance and the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S. In 1958, he got his passport back and started touring extensively once more

Paul Robeson - Level 3 - HR

Paul Robeson - Level 3 - HR |He traveled the world performing and speaking out against racial injustices wherever he went. Because of his political views, in 1950, he lost his passport and was unable to travel abroad. He was active in the Harlem Renaissance and the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S. In 1958, he got his passport back and started touring extensively once more

Paul Robeson - Level 2 - HR |His father Rev. William Robeson was a former slave and his mother Maria Bustill was a Quaker teacher. He became the third African-American student to attend the famous Rutgers University, and he graduated in 1919 as class valedictorian.

Paul Robeson - Level 2 - HR

Paul Robeson - Level 2 - HR |His father Rev. William Robeson was a former slave and his mother Maria Bustill was a Quaker teacher. He became the third African-American student to attend the famous Rutgers University, and he graduated in 1919 as class valedictorian.

Paul Robeson - Level 2 - HR |Paul Robeson was a famous and influential African-American actor, singer, and civil rights activist who made a name for himself worldwide as a political figure and a performer. He was born on April 9, 1898, in Princeton, New Jersey. His rich heritage gave him a passion for the arts and for standing up for the rights and freedom of all people.

Paul Robeson - Level 2 - HR

Paul Robeson - Level 2 - HR |Paul Robeson was a famous and influential African-American actor, singer, and civil rights activist who made a name for himself worldwide as a political figure and a performer. He was born on April 9, 1898, in Princeton, New Jersey. His rich heritage gave him a passion for the arts and for standing up for the rights and freedom of all people.

Romare Bearden - Level 3 |During his brilliant career, Romare was well known in the art world for his explicit collages and photomontages. He was a cartoonist for Saturday Evening Post, Esquire, and New Yorker had over thirteen exhibitions and received more than fifteen honors. Most of his works were based on the concept of African-American unity and cooperation African American Artist, American Artists, Romare Bearden, Teacher Assistant, Saturday Evening Post, Reading Lessons, Esquire, Photomontage, Art World

Romare Bearden - Level 3

Romare Bearden - Level 3 |During his brilliant career, Romare was well known in the art world for his explicit collages and photomontages. He was a cartoonist for Saturday Evening Post, Esquire, and New Yorker had over thirteen exhibitions and received more than fifteen honors. Most of his works were based on the concept of African-American unity and cooperation

Romare Bearden - Level 2 |Romare Bearden was an African-American artist and one of the leading influencers in the world of art during his time. He was born on September 2, 1911, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Romare Bearden - Level 2

Romare Bearden - Level 2 |Romare Bearden was an African-American artist and one of the leading influencers in the world of art during his time. He was born on September 2, 1911, in Charlotte, North Carolina.