Nichelle Nichols, Star Trek's Uhura, recruited Sally Ride, the first woman in space, and Guion Bluford, NASA’s first African-American astronaut.
Is Trump's anti-intellectualism rubbing off on his entire team?
Sean Spicer was asked about Donald Trump's bizarre statement about Frederick Douglass during a Black History Month event and the press secretary seems to believe that Douglass was still alive himself.
And Trump also told the Black community that Frederick Douglass is also doing an "amazing job" even though he died in 1895!
Fox News "celebrated" Black History Month much the same way it "celebrates" Martin Luther King Day: by race baiting and with condescending lectures to black Americans.
And it's as perfect as you might expect.
Fox continued its long history of bringing on black commentators to lob insults at African American Democratic voters to kick off black history month this Monday.
(TPM) A segment on Thursday morning during the Fox News program "Fox & Friends" featured an all-white panel demanding an "apology" from a school district in Virginia for a Black History Month event about police brutality. The guests — identified as only as Charles and Rebecca, the parents of an 8-year-old in Virginia's Orange County Public Schools district — offered an account of the event and its aftermath. Charles was described as a deputy sheriff.
ABC, This Week, Feb. 22, 2015.
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