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When the country's largest museum devoted to African-American history and culture opens in Washington, Maryland people and places will get a healthy share of the limelight. A two-story log house built by freed slaves from Montgomery County, dubbed the...
Activists rallied outside a ramshackle West Baltimore storefront Saturday afternoon, demanding city officials take steps to quickly stabilize the building, which was the site of a historic civil rights protest. "The roof needs to be put back on," said C....
firstname.lastname@example.orgLeon Brumback said he believes education was always his chosen path. “It was the best thing that ever happened to me,” Brumback, 73, said. “I was always meant to be a teacher.” Raised in Hancock, Brumback was bused with other...
Tags: Students, Education, Entertainment, Teachers, Music
Staff WriterBRAWLEY — It was a night of gospel music, prayer and overall joy and celebration Friday at the New Mount Olive Baptist Church during the church’s Black History Month Musical. In fact, The Imperial Valley/Yuma Area Mass Choir sang so...
A late-February lunch conversation turned to the subject of Black History Month, and specifically to a man named Doris Miller. That's right, his first name was Doris; but to friends and anyone wishing to avoid his wrath, it had better be Dorie. An...
The Baltimore SunI was in the CNN green room in Washington Sunday when I heard about the death of pioneering CBS newsman Mike Wallace at 93 Sunday. Being a live show, host Howie Kurtz and the CNN team scrapped the planned opening and went with a segment on Wallace that I...
The Winchester SunDr. Alicestyne Turley of the Underground Railroad Research Institute at the University of Louisville was the guest speaker Friday during The Generations Center Annual Celebration of Unity Black History program. Turley talked about the underground railroad...
Tags: Black History, Chicago
WDBJ7 Associate ProducerFolks sang their hearts out Sunday, with a goal of raising money to help hometown children. It's the 7th year of the Gospel Benefit at Pilgrim Baptist Church in Roanoke. The event raises money for the Northwest Child Development Center, with various...
Tags: Black History
email@example.comLeon Brumback, a longtime educator in Washington County Public Schools who blazed new trails as a black student, was remembered during a ceremony Sunday as one who was the “wind under the wings” of countless students in the county. Brumback...
KTLA NewsA big push is underway to collect photos of African Americans who died while serving in the Vietnam war. The photos will be used for a Black History Month exhibit at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. Organizers of the exhibit say they...
KTLA NewsSaturday @ 1p.m. Free Admission! Uncle Darrow's 12th Annual "Mardi Gras West" South Lincoln Boulevard Marina Del Rey (N.E. corner of Lincoln & Washington Blvd) 310 306 4862 www.uncledarrows.com It’s first come, first served at the famous Uncle Darrow’s...
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