Mary Ann Shadd Death – Dead –Obituary : Abolitionist and Delaware Native, Honored in Google Doodle.
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Google is paying tribute Friday to the first Black female newspaper editor and publisher in North America.
The company’s search logo honors Mary Ann Shadd Cary, an abolitionist, teacher, and the second Black woman to earn a law degree in the United States, according to a statement posted online on October 9. 2020 by delawareonline.com
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The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
“El fundamento de la verdadera libertad consiste en la demostración de respeto absoluto a la igualdad de todos los seres humanos.” Mary Ann Shadd https://t.co/rhPSTl90Um
— Jacobo Walters: Educador, investigador. (@rejwalters) October 9, 2020
Happy birthday to Mary Ann Shadd Cary, who would be 197 today. Shadd Cary was an activist, a teacher, a journalist, and the first Black woman publisher in North America.
— Story (@StoryLitMag) October 9, 2020
“We should do more and talk less”: 197th birthday of Mary Ann Shadd, the first woman publisher in Canada, an American-Canadian anti-slavery activist, journalist, publisher, teacher, lawyer who broke down many barriers. Read about her: https://t.co/9NYJ4JN4Dr pic.twitter.com/C8NC3IX1TY
— Eva V. Roslin ♿ (@EvaRoslin) October 9, 2020
I had the incredible opportunity to illustrate today’s google doodle for Mary Ann Shadd Cary’s 197th birthday!
She was a newspaper editor & publisher, teacher, suffragist, lawyer and abolitionist! An inspiring black woman in Canadian history I wish I had learned about sooner!! pic.twitter.com/40URhWMrXC
— – ̗̀ᴍɪᴄʜᴇʟʟᴇ ̖́ – (@meeshell_t) October 9, 2020
Mary Ann Shadd Cary (b. 10/9/1823) was an American-Canadian suffragist, abolitionist, journalist, teacher, and lawyer. She was the first black woman publisher in North America, editing The Provincial Freeman. Read more about this #prolife #feminist here: https://t.co/rGquX7jp69 pic.twitter.com/E8AtYxHZcZ
— Feminists for Life (@Feminists4Life) October 9, 2020
Dear Irene. We are working on recovering Mary Ann Shadd’s headstone from the Potomac or dignifying its desecration if we cannot. We would welcome the opportunity to inform your family of progress & welcome any participation you wish to become involved with https://t.co/EfYD1ubOw5
— TimeTravel ToursDC (@TTToursDC) October 9, 2020
Love this #GoogleDoodle for Mary Ann Shadd Cary. Amongst many other things, she was the first #Black woman publisher in North America and the first woman publisher in Canada. And the illustrator is Alberta artist Michelle Theodore. https://t.co/Fuw2Lj69yg#YEG @ABbookpub pic.twitter.com/dI5NW2JZVg
— UAlberta Press (@UAlbertaPress) October 9, 2020
“We should do more and talk less.”
Happy birthday to Mary Ann Shadd Cary, born in 1823, who wrote this in a letter to Frederick Douglass. She would go on to be an abolitionist, advocate for women’s rights & the first Black woman in North America to edit and publish a newspaper. pic.twitter.com/Poftqp5cLT
— American Writers Museum (@AWMuseum) October 9, 2020
Chatham-Kent Tourism Wrote
Today Google is celebrating Mary Ann Shadd. Mary was the first female newspaper editor and publisher in North America, who also has ties to North Buxton! You can see a statue of Mary while on a walking tour with