In Retrospect and Prospect: A Conversation on Slaves who Built the Capitol


A conversation between Dr. Bettye Gardner, Professor Emeritus at Coppin State University in Baltimore, and Dr. Felicia Bell, Senior Advisor to the Director of the Smithsonian Museum of American History, focused on efforts to recognize the service of the enslaved who built the capitol building through the National Slave Labor Taskforce.

James Weldon Johnson Branch May Meeting

Monthly Meeting - Ocoee Masscare film & Injustice in the Justice System by Roger Williams

PBS Books Author Talk: History: Muhammad Ali with Author Ishmael Reed


Author Talk with Ishmael Reed about his book The Complete Muhammad Ali. The journalist Stephen Henderson will lead the conversation discussing the fascinating narrative of Muhammad Ali’s life. Together, Reed and Henderson will explore why we continue to remember and celebrate Ali, and delve into the importance of incorporating other, often unexplored voices, in charting one’s legacy. This special event precedes the upcoming documentary Muhammad Ali, a film by Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, & David McMahon, slated for PBS broadcast in 2021/22.

Sinclair College Juneteenth Celebration

Online via Zoom

Join Sinclair College at their Juneteenth Celebration! June 18, 2021 11:30AM EST This will be an online event via Zoom.   The Myths About Juneteenth The Washington Post – “Democracy […]

Rosenwald Park Campaign Spring 2021 Webinar


  Presidents Message We are excited to announce the June 24 webinar that the Campaign is jointly sponsoring with the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) on Rosenwald Schools that will […]