22 Black-Owned Bookstores to Shop Right Now (and Always) Support small businesses and expand your mind with a great read. This article first appeared in www.townandcountrymag.com Following the death of
Understand SC: Uncovering untold stories at 4 historic sites in Charleston A Post and Courier Podcast This article first appeared November 19, 2020 on postandcourier.com Charleston’s historic city center is
Congratulations to Central FL – Dorothy Turner Johnson Branch member Representative Geraldine F. Thompson
State Representative Geraldine F. Thompson Virtual Swearing In Ceremony
We are pleased to announce that the African and African American Studies Program (AAAS) at Stanford University recently released The 2020 Project, a Special Issue publication that may be of
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History marks this historic day of November 7, 2020 in the life of our nation—this day announcing the President-elect Joseph Biden and his Vice-President...
This article first appeared on The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s website on October 15, 2020 The first half of the 20th century shaped Black Americans’ identity and influence on
Ida B. Wells is nationally recognized as an anti-lynching advocate, a champion of civil rights and women’s suffrage.
This project examines the conditions under which Black women academics experience racial stress, how they cope, and the degree to which stressors relate to their health profile during tenure and
Black women and men are in danger. Black girls and boys are in danger. Black families are in danger. We are becoming an ever-increasing endangered population. The Association for the Study of
Authors Ta-Nehisi Coates, Tayari Jones and Edwidge Danticat and U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo will join scholars from around the country to celebrate Toni Morrison M.A. ’55, as Cornell University’s