Mary McLeod Bethune with a Line of Girls from the School
In 1904, this daughter of former slaves moved to Daytona Beach, Fla., founded a school that later became Bethune-Cookman University. She also founded the National Council of Negro Women on this day, December 5, in 1935. History is important.
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My favorite picture of us because it shows how much fun we all have doing what we love! I’m in awe still from being able to perform with such wonderful, beautiful souls Off Broadway! My Storyville family I love you all so much and it is an honor to work with such brilliant artists. New York was only the stepping stone to what is in store for all of us! When surrounded by so many talented people I have no choice but to be great as well! You all inspire me in different ways and I can not wait until we work together again! #YellowDreamProductions #StoryvilleBlues #OffBroadway #DreamChasers #DreamCatchers #ForTheLoveOfItAll #NewYork #Actress #Theatre #ThisIsOnlyTheBeginning #IGotGreatNewsToday #CloserToMyDreams