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By Music World Entertainment
While still riding the waves of success with his sophomore book entitled, Racism From the Eyes of A Child (available worldwide/Amazon), music mogul and best-selling author, Mathew Knowles, PH.D.
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By Ebony Doughboys
Ebony Doughboys is seeking an African-American male actor for a one-man performance. Company: Ebony Doughboys is America's only non-profit organization dedicated to highlighting the African American World War One servicemen's story.
By Morven Museum & Garden
Exciting day-long event for all who love grand homes & grand gardens set for May 12 features top experts, historians, tours, & outstanding catered luncheon at Present Day Club
By Africatown-C.H.E.S.S.
Divers, Researchers, Historians Are Expected to Announce Whether This Is The Sunken Slave Ship During A Community Meeting Next Week in Africatown
By BooksGoSocial.com
Harry Truman, the out-spoken critic of all things Russian, buried the unimaginable Roosevelt-Stalin pet project in the trash bin of history for 70 + years.
By Terminus Media LLC
Graphic novelist Dr. Barron R. Bell aims to entertain and educate with upcoming epic The North Star: The Emancipation of Frederick Douglass
By AA Freda, Novelist
A coming of age tale set against the backdrop of the late 1960s, "A Police Action" is now available nationwide
By MJ Joseph, author
An extraordinary work of historical fiction, The Lübecker is now available nationwide "…the time invested in reading The Lübecker is time well spent… very highly recommended" –Midwest Book Review
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By Dr. Artika Tyner Planting People Growing Justice
Dr. Tyner recently released a children's book, Justice Makes a Difference, the story of Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire, inspired by Dr. Tyner's childhood.
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By James Weldon Johnson Community School of the Arts
Celebrating the diverse & noteworthy contributions of composers of African descent to the fine art of music.
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By Scribes Unlimited, LLC
Still shopping for that perfect gift?  Need some terrific books for your favorite readers?  May we suggest the following: For the history lover:  The Miseries of Occupation: A Memoir by Konstantinos Koskoletos.
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By Black Repertory Group, Inc.
BRG Mainstage Productions presents, a riveting retrospective journey into Shirley Chisholm's road leading up to the presidential campaign of the first African American woman to win the Democratic Party's nomination.
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By Black Repertory Group, Inc.
Inspired by true events from 1944. A Dennis Rowe Entertainment and BRG New Arts Production.
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By Garibaldi Meucci Museum
The Formidable Kingdom in the Sun: Sicily and Southern Italy Circa 1061-1194 Thursday, November 9, 2017, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Garibaldi-Meucci Museum 420 Tompkins Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10305 Members: $5; Non-Members: $15 Advance registration required.
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By Arcadia Publishing
Local author Walter S. Griggs Jr. will be available to sign copies of book
By Chronicle
The video, featuring activists, is a call to action for the community to document, preserve, and share the history and ongoing story of the LGBTQ+ movement.
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By Elevation Book Publishing
"Asian and Asian Pacific-American baseball pioneers and heroes have their stories told."
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By Sunbelt Publications
Photographer Will Furman presents his unique "Inside-Out" photography from the new book Bodie: Good Times and Bad by Nicholas Clapp
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By MortenStGeorge.NET
The text has never been decoded, but researcher Morten St. George says the drawings alone are sufficient to substantiate a European settlement in Venezuela during the late Middle Ages.
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By Thomas Sanger, author
Sanger's book inspired by grandmother's survival of the ship's sinking

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By Springfield Bicycle Club
The official bicycle ride of the Illinois Bicentennial, a seven-day event series called the Prairie Heritage Ride, is being hosted by Illinois Department of Agriculture at the Illinois State Fairgrounds beginning on September 8th.
By BQB/WriteLife Publishing
Two New Hampshire Residents will Help Bring History Alive in Central Massachusetts on September 1
By Simply Charly
Simply Charly, an original, one-stop portal to a wealth of information about some of the world's most prominent historical figures, has launched a new podcast series called Culture Insight hosted by Roger Kennedy.
By Music World Entertainment
While still riding the waves of success with his sophomore book entitled, Racism From the Eyes of A Child (available worldwide/Amazon), music mogul and best-selling author, Mathew Knowles, PH.D.
12718506
By Ebony Doughboys
Ebony Doughboys is seeking an African-American male actor for a one-man performance. Company: Ebony Doughboys is America's only non-profit organization dedicated to highlighting the African American World War One servicemen's story.
By Hansen Wheel & Wagon Shop
Attendees at the 2018 Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) will have the chance to see a Yellowstone Stagecoach, which was completely restored and refurbished by Hansen Wheel & Wagon Shop (HWWS), of Letcher, South Dakota, on behalf of the CFD Old West Museum.
By Brickman Marketing
Old Monterey Foundation is pleased to continue its season of free lecture events as part of its 2018 Lecture Series sponsored by The Marcia F. Devoe Fund of the Community Foundation for Monterey County.
By Monroe Publications
Monroe Publications is pleased to announce The World Turns to War has been named a winner in the 20th annual Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards.
By MissHeard Media
CEO Lindsey Turnbull aims to inspire and educate girls all year long by celebrating historical actresses
By Rebel Press
Aunt Laura's Attic illustrates how history might have been written quite differently if not for the all-but-forgotten famous people that no one has heard of.
By Sunbury Press Inc.
"Extensively researched and beautifully written, Cressler's novel leads us into an exotic world of love, ghosts, intrigue, and betrayal. A must-read for all lovers of historical fiction." - Joan Fallon, author of the Al-Andalus Series
By Simply Charly
SIMPLY CHARLY, the popular web portal known for its exclusive, in-depth interviews with the world's leading authors and scholars, re-launches today with an updated look and a streamlined user interface.
By Delaware River Greenway Partnership
On Monday, May 14, 2018, the Delaware River Greenway Partnership (DRGP) will sponsor an illustrated lecture, "Trenton's Other Canal – the Trenton Water Power" by Dr. Richard Hunter at 7:00 p.m.
By Diana Forbes, Author
Diana Forbes wins prestigious honor for her debut novel, Mistress Suffragette
By Morven Museum & Garden
Exciting day-long event for all who love grand homes & grand gardens set for May 12 features top experts, historians, tours, & outstanding catered luncheon at Present Day Club
By Sunbury Press Inc.
Adams County native was one of the stars of Connie Mack's Philadelphia Athletics
By Martino Realty
This South Shore neighborhood on Staten Island was once known for its oysters and summer homes.
By Savas Beatie LLC
Savas Beatie, an award-winning independent publishing company specializing in military and general history titles distributed worldwide, has been notified that three of its titles are finalists for the 2017 Army Historical Foundation Distinguished...
By Africatown-C.H.E.S.S.
Divers, Researchers, Historians Are Expected to Announce Whether This Is The Sunken Slave Ship During A Community Meeting Next Week in Africatown
By ebiztown
Apple safari is the default web browser for all the Apple devices be it iphones, MAC or anything.
By BooksGoSocial.com
Harry Truman, the out-spoken critic of all things Russian, buried the unimaginable Roosevelt-Stalin pet project in the trash bin of history for 70 + years.
By Friends of the Kirkbride
Friends of the Kirkbride garner international support to preserve historic State Hospital in Fergus Falls, MN
By BookBuzz.net
Author Margo Lee William's North Carolina African American History Book From Hill Town to Strieby Author Margo Lee Williams is pleased to announce the promotion of her book, From Hill Town to Strieby: Education and the American Missionary Association in..
By Terminus Media LLC
Graphic novelist Dr. Barron R. Bell aims to entertain and educate with upcoming epic The North Star: The Emancipation of Frederick Douglass
By Terminus Media LLC.
Professor and graphic novelist Dr. Barron R. Bell seeks to entertain and educate with upcoming Kickstarter funded epic The North Star: The Emancipation of Frederick Douglass
By AA Freda, Novelist
A coming of age tale set against the backdrop of the late 1960s, "A Police Action" is now available nationwide
By Fullerton Arboretum
Dr. James Hovey Bullard, Anaheim's pioneer physician, returns to Orange County in a special 'time machine' after an 84-year absence to reveal his fascinating recollections of Orange County's pioneer history and mysteries.
By MJ Joseph, author
An extraordinary work of historical fiction, The Lübecker is now available nationwide "…the time invested in reading The Lübecker is time well spent… very highly recommended" –Midwest Book Review
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By Dr. Artika Tyner Planting People Growing Justice
Dr. Tyner recently released a children's book, Justice Makes a Difference, the story of Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire, inspired by Dr. Tyner's childhood.
12684156
By James Weldon Johnson Community School of the Arts
Celebrating the diverse & noteworthy contributions of composers of African descent to the fine art of music.
By Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History
Most museums close when the sun goes down, but at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History they're opening their doors for a fun, adults-only evening event featuring food, spirits, live music, and yes, natural history, at its 2018 Night Owl Series.

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