ScienceAfrican Americans are not strangers to science and medicine. From folk medicine, to medical doctors, African Americans are familiar with "making a way where there is no way." "Dr. Moms" have been treating illnesses and aliment for thousands of years.
African Americans are gifted in Science also. Whether itís the moon walk or walking on the moon, the world cannot deny the African American presence in science and medicine.
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Mae C. JemisonOn September 12, Mae Jemison became the first African American women to travel into space for NASA aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavor.
Black History USA Youth Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that was founded in 2015 by Glenn Singleton, publisher of Black History USA, an annual Black History calendar. Mr. Singleton's vision when creating the foundation was to further develop and cultivate relationships between the youth of Greenville and the Scholarship foundation. Through this relationship, the Future Leaders Conference was formed.Learn More