Thursday, February 2, 2017

Double Whammy


For Black History Month and for this month which hosts President's Day, here's artwork showing the time President Theodore Roosevelt hosted Booker T. Washington, a black social leader, to dinner at the White House.  At the time, it was considered quite shocking.





He also entertained George Washington Carver, a Black botanist & inventor (including of peanut butter) who had been born into slavery in 1861.  He was certainly a principled president, ahead of his time!


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