This article first appeared on saportareport.com on March 23, 2020 Morris Brown’s Fountain Hall will get a new roof, thanks to a $500,000 grant from the National Park Service African
Dear friends and colleagues, I am excited to share with you the wonderful news that the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation recently awarded $500,000 to the Department of African American Studies at
Birmingham based African American Artist Tony Bingham in exhibition at the Coleman Center for the Arts in York, Alabama
TONY BINGHAM: MEMORIAL MEDITATIONS February 28, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Opening on February 28, 2020, the Coleman Center for the Arts is pleased to present a solo exhibition of
A modern home for the black history museum would be great. First it needs strong private financial support.
Once again, the Alliance is helping the National Park Service with plans for the annual commemoration of the Battle of Fort Stevens, this year to be held on Saturday, July
Celebrate Women’s History Month through Programs in the Parlor at the Mary McLeod Bethune Council House National Historic Site. Each program blends a short talk, music, and more.
Congratulations go to VP Franklin, Immediate Former Editor of the Journal of African American History will be honored at 2020 Outstanding Alumnus in the Humanities from Penn State University College of Liberal Arts.
The Princess and the Prophet: The Secret History of Magic, Race, and Moorish Muslims in America Book Tour
The Princess and the Prophet: The Secret History of Magic, Race, and Moorish Muslims in America (Beacon Press, March 3, 2020). It’s about the prophet Noble Drew Ali, founder of the Moorish
The mathematician’s experience showed how valuable diversity can be for inspiring scientific progress
Ford’s Theatre is planning to completely redesign its main exhibition. One of our goals with this re-design is to emphasize the experiences of Washingtonians of all ethnicities, ages, classes, and genders around the time...