Category: Historical

Iforcolor takes a look back into history.

Black Broadway History ~ Moments*

 Black Broadway History                     Moments A researched look at some important works in the History of Black theatre    Research by Dale Ricardo Shields [No Copyright Infringement Intended] Take a look at the production accomplishments that African Americans have made, those stories that Black artists have created …

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In MEMORIAL

A Candle For You ~  {BLACK THEATRE AFRICAN AMERICAN VOICES} Rest in peace***** 🙏 IN MEMORIAM ~ A ~ 🌹Loretta AbbottAlvin AileyLamar AlfordBetty AllenGuy AllenCecil AlonzoKeith AmosCarl AndersonMaya AngelouMary AnthonyWilbur ArchieClaudia AsburyNick AshfordCholly AtkinsJoe AttlesCharles Harrison Avery Ethel Ayler ~ B ~ 🌷 Lauren BacallCarl BaileyPearl BaileyEarl Baker Kaye BallardAmiri Baraka Thea Nerissa BarnesNate BarnettClyde …

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Marcus Garvey: From Jamaican Peasant To Potent Black World Leader By Stacy St. Hilaire

  Marcus Garvey:  From Jamaican Peasant To Potent Black World Leader ~~~              by Stacy St. Hilaire Edited by Dale Shields “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” Marcus Garvey Marcus Garvey is one of the most influential Black men of all time. He emerged …

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Louis Johnson

Louis  Johnson Dancer ~ Choreographer ~ Director ~ Professor  ~ Legendary ~  By Dale Ricardo Shields   “Most renowned for his choreography in the timeless film, The Wiz, Johnson was one of the first African Americans to appear in a Broadway ensemble.  Having been featured and learning from some of the dance greats, including Bob Fosse and Jerome Robbins, Johnson began creating …

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