Pour one out for the people paid to rouse the workers of industrial Britain.
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The US Sanitary Commission is credited with saving lives during the Civil War, but its leadership hoped it would be remembered for advancing racialized science.
France’s notorious disregard for washing gradually changed as military authorities and public schools promoted a modern regime of cleanliness.
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The sisters were not only a singing duo, they were successful businesswomen and advocates for Black-owned enterprises in the entertainment world.
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Richard Potter, the first American-born ventriloquist and stage magician, learned his trade after being kidnapped and abandoned as a child in Great Britain.