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Women Leading Movements

Remembering Elsie Richardson … Our Time Press launches their March 9 – 30 Womens History Month Phenomenal Women series this...

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Not Forgotten

Legislation for Establishment of African Burial Ground Museum and Education Center Reintroduced by Bernice Elizabeth Green Congressman Dan Goldman (D-10)...

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Student Work at Brooklyn’s Flatbush African Burial Grounds

– by Bernice Elizabeth Green The Flatbush African Burial Ground Coalition is a Black-led multiracial coalition of local residents, activists,...

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Garnet Douglass Baltimore: A Son of Troy Pt. 2

By Suzanne SpellenThe day after graduation, he was appointed the assistant engineer for the construction of the Albany and Greenbush...

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“To her, we were scholars ..with the potential to change the world.”

Mrs. Ollie McClean, the beloved community activist, and teacher who “educated young minds for more than 30 years” and encouraged...

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Garnet Douglass Baltimore

A Profile in Black History by Suzanne SpellenWe shouldn’t have to wait for Black History Month to highlight important men...

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Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s Black History Legacy Continues with Black Resistance

by Fern Gillespie What would Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the Father of Black History Month and founder of the Association...

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How Benjamin ‘Pap’ Singleton Led an Exodus of Freed Black Americans West

Farrell Evans, history.com During the late 1870s and early 1880s, as many as 40,000 African Americans migrated from the South...