Our next Dope Queen is Choreographer, Dancer, and Anthropologist Katherine Dunham. She was known for her fusion of African Dance … More
Today’s Dope Queen of Black History is Sister Rosetta Tharpe aka “The Godmother of Rock and Roll”. She was a … More
http://www.afropunk.com/profiles/blogs/cosplay-photo-series-dope-queens-of-black-history-celebrates Thank you AfroPunk for the great write up!
Ava DuVernay is a director, screenwriter and producer. After a career in journalism and PR DuVernay made her feature directorial … More
Dorothy Height (1912-2010) was a prominent leader in Civil and Women’s Rights. Born in Richmond,Va her family moved to Rankin … More
Black History: Special Delivery!! Minnie Cox (1869 – 1933) Minnie Cox (1869-1933) was appointed as post master in Indianola, Mississippi…
Today’s Dope Queen is singer and actress Dorothy Dandridge! She was the first African American Woman to be nominated for … More