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First Ladies: President DonaldTrump and First Lady MelaniaTrump greet Prime Minister BenjaminNetanyahu and his wife Sara as they arrive at TheWhiteHouse. 🇺🇸 WSHH
First Ladies: President DonaldTrump and First Lady MelaniaTrump greet Prime Minister BenjaminNetanyahu and his wife Sara as they arrive at TheWhiteHouse. 🇺🇸 WSHH

President DonaldTrump and First Lady MelaniaTrump greet Prime Minister BenjaminNetanyahu and his wife Sara as they arrive at TheWhiteHous...

First Ladies: Yale to Host Black Panther Party" to Celebrate Black History Month PANTHER MOTHER PO @17thsoulja The shindig, to be held on campus the school’s African-American House (known as Af-Am House), and sponsored by the African American Cultural Center is designed to celebrate the BlackPanther organization’s 50th anniversary, and to help students at the school come face-to-face with the history of black activism.Yale University itself has a long history of support for the Black Panthers .In 1970, the sensational “Black Panther Trials” took place in New Haven, CT, where Yale is located. Nine Black Panthers were tried on various charges.During the sensational trials, Black Panther members and supporters were hosted in Yale dorms and given free meals in Yale’s dining halls. Future first lady Hillary Rodham was also on hand to “monitor” the trials for civil right violations. More recently, Yale students were given the opportunity – by the AACC – to travel to a 50th anniversary Black Panther conference, where they “learn[ed] about the history and legacy of the Black Panther Party.” The students will share that knowledge at a session also scheduled during February. “Most critically conscious black people in America would say black history in America has always been a perpetual struggle,” the Assistant Director of Yale’s Afro-American Cultural Center Shane Lloyd told the Yale Daily News “Although the conditions might change, the struggle is always a persistent aspect of Black life, along with resilience and creative resistance.” 17thsoulja BlackIG17th
First Ladies: Yale to Host Black
 Panther Party" to
 Celebrate Black History
 Month
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 MOTHER PO
 @17thsoulja
The shindig, to be held on campus the school’s African-American House (known as Af-Am House), and sponsored by the African American Cultural Center is designed to celebrate the BlackPanther organization’s 50th anniversary, and to help students at the school come face-to-face with the history of black activism.Yale University itself has a long history of support for the Black Panthers .In 1970, the sensational “Black Panther Trials” took place in New Haven, CT, where Yale is located. Nine Black Panthers were tried on various charges.During the sensational trials, Black Panther members and supporters were hosted in Yale dorms and given free meals in Yale’s dining halls. Future first lady Hillary Rodham was also on hand to “monitor” the trials for civil right violations. More recently, Yale students were given the opportunity – by the AACC – to travel to a 50th anniversary Black Panther conference, where they “learn[ed] about the history and legacy of the Black Panther Party.” The students will share that knowledge at a session also scheduled during February. “Most critically conscious black people in America would say black history in America has always been a perpetual struggle,” the Assistant Director of Yale’s Afro-American Cultural Center Shane Lloyd told the Yale Daily News “Although the conditions might change, the struggle is always a persistent aspect of Black life, along with resilience and creative resistance.” 17thsoulja BlackIG17th

The shindig, to be held on campus the school’s African-American House (known as Af-Am House), and sponsored by the African American Cultu...

First Ladies: First Lady Melania Trump and Mrs. Akie Abe visit the Morikami Museum and Gardens in Delray Beach, Florida.
First Ladies: First Lady Melania Trump and Mrs. Akie Abe visit the Morikami Museum and Gardens in Delray Beach, Florida.

First Lady Melania Trump and Mrs. Akie Abe visit the Morikami Museum and Gardens in Delray Beach, Florida.

First Ladies: President DonaldTrump and first lady Melania Trump watch the SuperBowl at a party at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida. (AP Photo-Susan Walsh)
First Ladies: President DonaldTrump and first lady Melania Trump watch the SuperBowl at a party at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida. (AP Photo-Susan Walsh)

President DonaldTrump and first lady Melania Trump watch the SuperBowl at a party at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Fl...

First Ladies: President DonaldTrump and First Lady MelaniaTrump arrive at the Palm Beach International Airport for a visit to their Mar-a-Lago Resort for the weekend. (Photo Credit: Joe Raedle-Getty Images)
First Ladies: President DonaldTrump and First Lady MelaniaTrump arrive at the Palm Beach International Airport for a visit to their Mar-a-Lago Resort for the weekend. (Photo Credit: Joe Raedle-Getty Images)

President DonaldTrump and First Lady MelaniaTrump arrive at the Palm Beach International Airport for a visit to their Mar-a-Lago Resort f...