Tag: Black History
Afeni Shakur, prominent Black Panther Party icon and the late mother of rapper Tupac Shakur, will be depicted in the biopic “Peace, Love & Respect, the Afeni Shakur/Panther 21 story.”
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“Frederick Douglass: In Five Speeches”
Tags: Black History, Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglass family Initiatives, HBO, Kenneth B. Morris
Sharing different voices and perspectives on events and activism.
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Discussion about the accuracy of black history lessons in public schools.
Tags: Black History, Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie, Giani Clarkson, History Teacher, Paul Public Charter School
Conversation with historian and journalist behind the docuseries “Who Killed Malcolm X?”
Tags: Abdur-Rahman Muhammad, Black History, Malcolm X, Who Killed Malcolm X?
Campaign 72: A Tribute to Shirley Chisholm
Tags: Black History, Bobby Gailes, Shirley Chisholm, Taking it to the Streets, whur fm
Howard University scholars discuss the origins and impact of the Harlem Renaissance.
Tags: Black History, Department of Philosophy, Department of Theatre Arts, Dr. Jacoby Carter, Harlem Renaissance, Howard University, Prof. Nefertiti Burton
Starting December 31st, the museum will return to its regular hours and visitors again will need a pass to see the exhibits on weekends.
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Philanthropist writes a history of black business in America.
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Former Washington Post columnist Dorothy Butler Gilliam talks about her life’s work as a journalist.
Tags: Black History, Dorothy Butler Gilliam, Journalism, The Black Press, The Washington Post