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By LiPav Consulting, LLC
Dr. Jeff Gusky has found the only surviving trace of a World War I African American combat unit, called The Black Devils. The bravery displayed during the Spanish American War helped save America.
By American Legacy Network, Corp.
Traveling Museum to Visit CIAA Member Schools during the Month of March
By Natl Coalition of Blacks for Reparation in America
Over fifty years later African Americans are gathering in Selma around some of the same issues of 1965.
By Foote Communications
Wrapping up its largest festival ever, the Denton Black Film Festival ended its sixth year as one of the region's largest weekend-long cultural events, including an interactive tech and arts expo, comedy, music, seminars and an awards ceremony.
By Foote Communications
More than 90 films will be screened at the sixth-annual Denton Black Film Festival, including several critically acclaimed films, such as "Amazing Grace", "The Apollo" and "True Justice".
By Nola Blue, Inc.
The best in Texas blues comes to East Texas the weekend of October 25 – 27, 2019.
By Foote Communications
Book offers one of the most extensive collections of black trivia available, making it a great graduation gift and resource for students of all ages.
By Freelance Associates
The 'More Than a Fraction: African American Heritage & Culture' Presentation Arrives in Washington, DC May 26, 2019
Author of "Act Like A Lady-Think Like A Man" releases new children's book
By Nola Blue, Inc.
Inaugural event will take place at Salmon Lake Park in Grapeland, TX
By National Black Marathoners Association
The National Black Marathoners Association (NBMA) is pleased to announce that their Official Historian and Researcher, Gary Corbitt, will be one of the 2019 National Black Distance Running Hall of Fame honorees.
By Nola Blue Records
"Two Chicago blues legends reunite in the studio to revisit their roots and the songs they once played nightly in South and West Side nightspots!" - Bill Dahl, Music Journalist
By Foote Communications
Travelers will get special tours, meet Ghanaian leaders and "Return" through "The Door of No Return"
By House of the Guilded Scribe, LLC
Harriet Tubman Elementary School, Newark, NJ Hosted by United Way of Essex and West Hudson Counties, NJ

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