Mary McLeod Bethune - Black Innovators poster
This educational poster of Mary McLeod Bethune features a historic black and white photo of this great African American innovator, along with a concise biography. Mary McCleod Bethune, the daughter of former slaves, became the first black woman to head a federal office. In the 1950s she was named the director of the Division of Negro Affairs of the National Youth Administration. This poster introduces students to this inspiring woman, who throughout her life encouraged black women to take on leadership roles and work for positive change.
|Subject||SOCIAL STUDIES, African American History|
|Dimensions||22" x 17" (H x W)|
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