PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP — African American Heritage Day will be held at the Pauline B. Grant CME Church on Fort Dix Road at 5 p.m. Saturday as part of Black History Month.
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A fundraising effort is under way in Appomattox County to install an outdoor exhibit at the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park to honor the area’s rich African-American history.
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Three local students have won the “Who do you admire in African-American History?” essay contest co-sponsored by The State Journal-Register and the Central Illinois African American History Museum.
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On March 8, Walt Disney World opened a new art exhibit at the American Adventure pavilion in Epcot. The exhibit offers Disney guests a rich and diverse look at the art and history of over 400 years of African-American...
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The Delany sisters’ stories are nothing short of remarkable. The two African-American siblings, career women and civil rights pioneers, lived through more than a century of tumultuous American history
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Black History Month was created as a way to celebrate and reflect on the contributions African Americans have made to our society.
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A parade through the downtown and a multicultural festival at Memorial Park will mark the fifth annual African-American Day on Saturday.
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Using the life and experiences of African-American journalist Roi Ottley, African American history professor Mark Huddle will present a lecture Wednesday on the black press and ethnic violence…
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