In mid-June, people armed with guns, baseball bats, and other weapons gathered in Marconi Plaza in South Philadelphia. These people […]
The University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Museum holds approximately 1,000 crania, some of which belonged to enslaved people. After facing pressure […]
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Like cities across the country, New York has seen nearly non-stop protests since the police killing of George Floyd. Now, […]
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Community College of Philadelphia’s President’s Diversity Council begins its event and dialogue series around the issues raised by the Black Lives Matter movement with “Artistic Responses to Black Lives Matter.”
Call for presentations that highlight Black women’s achievements through academic research and creative practice.
The African American Museum, NPS, and Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of African American History and Culture will collaborate on the 2016 symposium.