Colin Kaepernicks Uniform To Be Displayed In African American History Museum Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is already being revered as an iconic historical figure via a new exhibit that well go up at the National Museum of
The city's "One Chicago" campaign kicked off Sunday at the DuSable Museum of African American History as part of Chicago's sanctuary city role.
The quarterback's memorabilia will be displayed at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture. Continue reading…
Adam Jones is giving kids an opportunity to learn about the rich history of African American baseball. On Saturday, the Baltimore Orioles outfielder donated $20,000 to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City. Jones’ contribution...Show More Summary
The African American History Museum showcases for the first time signature photographs from its new collections
Provocative and celebratory, the NMAAHC's first special exhibit reminds us that a second glance can provide context, even in something as ubiquitous as a photograph. [ more › ]
BLACK STUDIES AND "THE ROOT.COM" Will Never Ever NEVER Forget "The Slaughter Of Native Americans" And Slavery Of Africans REAL AFRICANS TODAY DON'T CARE ABOUT THE HISTORY OF ITALIAN AND COLONIZATION OF NORTH AFRICA - THE FORMER COLONIZERS...Show More Summary
Left of Black S7:E23: African American History and the Born Digital Museum On this episode of Left of Black, Timothy Anne Burnside, a curatorial specialist at the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
Last year my high school students and I took a Hidden History tour of New Orleans’ French Quarter with historian Leon A. Waters. He showed us overlooked, unmarked sites of African American and civil rights history among the neighborhood’s T-shirt shops and famed cast-iron balconies. The second-to-last...
Mark your calendar for paintings from a 20th-century German artist and 18th-century French masters as well. [ more › ]
In The Evanesced at the California African American Museum, Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle confronts society’s compulsion to reframe, mitigate, or eliminate the role of black women in the US. The post Imagining the Portraits of African American Women Erased from History appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Rhiannon Giddens collects songs. Traditional songs from the 1800s and early 1900s, like work songs, inspire her craft. Many of these songs are rooted in the history of African Americans in the United States. On her most recent album,...Show More Summary
In partnership with her husband, Fredrick, "[she] chronicled African American history and Southern folklore in more than 100 early-reader and picture books, including award-winning works about chicken-coop monsters and a girl's attempt to catch the wind."
After a visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC, Ghassan John Tarazi writes, "Two glaring parallels between the experiences of Palestinians and African Americans are the condescending attitude of exceptionalism among the oppressors and their blatant and subtle dehumanization of the oppressed. Show More Summary
By Military Sealift Command Public Affairs – Military Sealift Command’s Special Emphasis Observance Committee hosted a Black History Month celebration on board Naval Station Norfolk, Feb. 15. African American History month is an annual...Show More Summary
An 87-year-old woman had what was no doubt a powerful experience Monday, when she visited the Smithsonian’s Museum of African American History and Culture to see her childhood home on display for the first time. Smithsonian officials...Show More Summary
She was a prolific chronicler of African American history and Southern folklore.
CREDIT TO DR HENRY LOUIS GATES!!! After STUDYING BLACK PEOPLE AT HARVARD - he was wise enough to see that "The Containerized Blacks" are controlled by: BLACK OPPRESSION HISTORY that affirms "American Progressive Nationalism" A BLACKShow More Summary
On September 14th I previewed the National Museum of African American History and Culture as part of the museum’s identified Social Influencer group. My preview… Read More ? The post A People’s Journey, My Personal Reflection appeared first on MuseumNext.
A photograph of a young Harriet Tubman, the abolitionist hero of the Underground Railroad, has been acquired by the Library of Congress and the recently opened National Museum of African American History and Culture, NBC Washington reports. Taken sometime in the mid-19th century, the photo is contained...