Who was the first black female jockey?

Answer On June 15, 1971, Cheryl White became the first black female jockey. She was also the first woman at a major track to win five throroughbred races. In 1991, after passing the California Horse Racin... Read More »

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Who was the top winning female jockey?

Julie Krone, now retired from horse racing, has a career record of over 3,700 winning races. In 1993, she became the first woman to win a Triple Crown race when she took first place in the Belmont ... Read More »

Black Female Hairstyles of the '70s?

The 1970s were a time of great freedom to be natural, which was reflected in the hairstyles of black women during that decade. Rather than trying to emulate their white counterparts, for the first ... Read More »

Who was the first black female doctor?

According to the Los Angeles Times, Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler was the first black female doctor. Dr. Crumpler received her medical degree in 1860 from the England Female Medical College, which has ... Read More »

Are there black female railfans?

There most definitely are. As an overall group, railfans typically do not classify themselves by gender, race, or any other differentiation.