African American

African American

African American tourist destinations and black-owned hospitality related business establishments.

First Boston slave trade remarks made by a governor in 1638.

First Boston slave trade remarks made by a governor. this is the paper with a journal entry from the year 1638 made by Massachusetts Governor John Winthrop about the slave trade.

Author Phyllis Wheatley is a major exhibit at the Massachusetts Historical Society

Founded in 1791, the Massachusetts Historical Society has collected to tell us the story about American history, life and culture. It holds  millions of rare and unique documents, artifacts, and irreplaceable national treasures. The...
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Where to look for Black fine art and the finest African American art around...

The WOVEN ARK is the current exhibition until July 2016 at the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African and African American art in Cambridge Central Square. You'll see work from Ghanaian sculptor El Anatsui (a 2015 recipient...
National Black Doll Museum Massachusetts

National Black Doll Museum in Mansfield Massachusetts attracts culture lovers from around the...

The National Black Doll Museum of History and Cultural in Mansfield, Massachusetts directed and founded by Debra Britt is a drive to destination for everyone young and old. The dolls are so adorable ......

The Birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States

The shallow mention on the City of Greenboro North Carolina's web site of the actions black students from AT&T University endured when they sat down for a bite to eat at the Woolworth's department...

Blacks in Boston: A Fifty Year Retrospective video

Video Link Hubie Jones covers 50 years of contemporary Boston history in this video. The work is hosted by the Massachusetts Historical Society.
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Tufts University of Medford, Ma is hosting new African American Freedom Trail Archive discovery.

African American Freedom Trail Symposium breaks open new archive housed at Tufts University in Medford Ma. The project was inspired by the late Tufts Professor Gerald R. Gill ( 1949-2007) on civil rights and...