This summer cities across the country have been reckoning with the meaning of their public statues. While most of the […]
The Manhattan home where author and activist James Baldwin spent the latter years of his life has been added to […]
Maryland’s Department of Education has announced plans to expand curriculum guidelines to include LGBTQ and disability rights history. The announcement […]
In this blog post, MARCH Digital Media Coordinator Olivia Errico explores New York exhibits commemorating the Stonewall Riots of 1969. […]
Preservation Maryland, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving historic places, has turned to the Web for help documenting the state’s […]
Bergen County Arts & Science Charter School will be one of the first schools to participate in the pilot program […]
Eastern State Penitentiary recently added a new stop detailing the lives of LGBTQ inmates in the prison to its audio […]
The latest issue of The Public Historian, the journal of the National Council on Public History, is all about bringing buried histories to the surface.