Features Black educators, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), Black faculties, teachers, professors, Black fraternities and sororities. Presented are biographies of men and women, some uneducated, with H.S. diplomas, Bachelor degrees, master?s degrees, and PhD's who became scholars, administrators, superintendents and leaders.

Theordora Boyd, educator born

Theodora R. Boyd

*Theodora Boyd was born on this date in 1906. She was an African American writer and educator.

Theordora Boyd, educator born

*Theodora Boyd was born on this date in 1906. She was an African American writer and educator.

Clara Belle Williams born

Clara Belle Williams

*The birth of Clara Belle Williams in 1885 is celebrated on this date. She was an African American educator.

Robert N. Hyde II born

Robert N. Hyde II

*Robert Hyde was born on this date in 1916. He was an African American educator and administrator.

From Des Moines, Iowa, Robert N. Hyde II was the son of Branham and Stella Hyde; he also had a sister (Maxine Graham). A graduate of North High School in Des Moines, Hyde received his Bachelor of Science degree in philosophy from Lincoln University (Pennsylvania) in 1941, and his Master of Science in Education degree from Drake University in 1970.

Emmett Scott High School created

*On this date in 1919, Rock Hill, South Carolina appropriated funding for Emmett Scott High School, the first South Carolina school for blacks.

Ida Elizabeth Asbury born

Ida E. Asbury

*Ida Elizabeth Asbury was born this date in 1869. She was an African American musician and teacher.

Tuskegee founder Lewis Adams born

Lewis Adams

*Lewis Adams was born on this date in 1842. He was a Black businessman, educator and public policy administrator.

The National Pan-Hellenic Council begins

*On this date in 1930, The National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. (NPHC) was formed.

They are a permanent organization on the campus of Howard University, in Washington, D.C. (NPHC) is an umbrella organization for nine historically black, international Greek lettered fraternities and sororities. Each of the nine NPHC organizations evolved during a period when African-Americans were being denied essential rights and privileges afforded other college students.

Jean Blackwell Hudson born

Jean lackwell Hutson

*Jean Blackwell Hutson was born on September 7, 1914. She was an African American librarian and researcher.