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Britannica 15h
The exterior of the National Museum of African American History and Culture () echoes the crowns worn by queens in ancient Yoruban sculpture.
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amhistorymuseum 18h
Today in 1895: Abolitionist Frederick Douglass dies after returning home from a lecture tour. His life work:
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The Raben Group 19h
In honor of , curators from the look at the legacy of educator and leader Booker T. Washington and artifacts from his life that represent Black empowerment.
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Biography.com 21h
In honor of , curators from the look at the legacy of educator and leader Booker T. Washington and artifacts from his life that represent black empowerment.
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Harvard Library Feb 18
Zora Neale Hurston's “The Eatonville Anthology” was published in the Messenger magazine in 1926. The Messenger was a radical literary magazine for and by African Americans.
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Laura Romans 20h
A fave collection of mine is the photos of Dr. C. S. Boyd, an early 20th cent. Knoxville dentist & active community member (MS.2129). Here he is in his office on W. Vine Ave.
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Birthday of Sidney Poitier, first African-American to win an Academy Award for Best Actor (1927)
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Some tasty connections between Southern soul food and Southern music in this playlist curated by :
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Released in 1961 by Folkways, Little Brother Montgomery's "Blues" captures the sounds of the barrel house piano legend. The cover, a portrait of Little Brother taken by David Gahr, was set in a stark black-on-orange two-tone by Ronald Clyne.
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Feb 19
in 1942, Tuskegee Airmen were initiated into the armed forces. The Tuskegee Airmen epitomize courage and heroism Learn more:
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Sheldon Gilbert Feb 19
Our family's first visit to the new National Museum of African American History was a hit with the kids. They loved the interactive exhibit, and everything in between (and by the way, the cafeteria is amazing!).
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SchomburgCenter Feb 19
The Pan-African Congress, organized by W.E.B. DuBois, begins in Paris (1919)
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Smithsonian Magazine Feb 15
A tree will be planted at Reading Grove on the grounds of . It provides the perfect microclimate for the successful growing of live oaks in a northern climate.
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Visit The USA Feb 17
Célébrez l'histoire et la culture Afro-américaine en visitant le musée à
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US Embassy Madrid Feb 19
El celebra el Mes de la Historia Afroamericana con numerosas actividades, incluidas expos virtuales:
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Feb 19
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Feb 19
👀 Our Sweet Home Café made cookies in honor of .
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ESSENCE Feb 19
Did you know these 23 artists were included in the ? :
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Feb 18
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Feb 16
The first black superhero in mainstream American comics, the Black Panther is king of a fictional African nation called Wakanda, one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world.
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