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This Q&A about "Preserving African American Places: Growing Preservation’s Potential as a Path for Equity" discusses the genesis and evolution of the report, how we hope it will contribute, and what’s next.
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Civil War Trails Oct 20
Replying to @PeterCarmicha15
We’ve two new site applications which will help tell the stories of those people being rounded up by Lee’s army. Outside of Chambersburg & Greencastle.
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Saving Places Oct 20
"The (Chesapeake Mapping Initiative) project will also be guided by an advisory committee of professionals dedicated to preserving African American history with a common goal of telling a fuller American story."
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Civil War Trails Oct 21
Two sites just received major updates! Thanks to the sponsors, descendants, & local historians who made this happen.
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Clark Harper Oct 23
Great article that features Durham 's Hayti District. via
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Saving Places Oct 22
Thank you all you hard work to and for sharing this piece Faye! I will pass along to the Editorial team. - Grant
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Saving Places 8h
Recently, conducted a Q&A with Brent Leggs, executive director of the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund, about the importance of Rosenwald Schools and the Rosenwald Schools National Historical Park Campaign.
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Saving Places Oct 20
Good news for one of our National Treasures: the Council 60 Clubhouse is now a Protected Landmark! LULAC was formed in 1929 by three Mexican American organizations in response to decades of anti-Mexican violence.
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West Tn Day Trippin' Oct 22
The Immanuel Church in Moscow has a lot of history. Built 1843 by the enslaved workers of Mrs. Mary Hayes Willis Gloster, it was used as a hospital for Union troops during the Civil War. For more day trip ideas, go to
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Saving Places Oct 18
At the heart of our new report, released today, is a central question: How can preservation be a force for advancing equitable development and social justice in African American neighborhoods and other communities of color?
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Saving Places Oct 23
From Dallas to DC, explore nine “Black Wall Streets” across the country where African American businesses districts flourished and served as examples of Black economic self-empowerment. By :
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Place Promo Oct 20
9 Historic Black Neighborhoods That Celebrate Black Excellence | National Trust for Historic Preservation
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Saving Places 23h
Replying to @NVPreservation
You might find this Q&A about the report to be of interest too!
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Faye M. Anderson Oct 19
Replying to @venisew
March for yourself‼️ Midwood Investment & Development thinks the only history that matters is that of slaveholding white supremacists, aka, the Founding Fathers. Tell Midwood CEO John Usdan 🗣️
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Architectural Heritage Foundation Oct 16
AHF is proud to sponsor 's 2020 Preservation Awards LIVE! Join us on 10/22 to honor uncommon contributions to in the Commonwealth. There's still time to register:
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Saving Places Oct 16
Our new report, “Preserving African American Places: Growing Preservation's Potential as a Path for Equity," explores and advocates for expanding the role that preservation can and should play in the equitable growth of our communities.
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Saving Places Oct 16
"Mapping African American historic places within the Chesapeake watershed is a critical first step in making sure that these places are protected and that their stories are told." on the Chesapeake Mapping Initiative:
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