In 2007, civil rights attorney Sherrilyn Ifill published On the Courthouse Lawn: Confronting the Legacy of Lynching in the 21st […]
The National Museum of Civil War Medicine is rethinking its branding and wants visitor feedback. The Maryland museum’s logo currently […]
Maryland’s Department of Education has announced plans to expand curriculum guidelines to include LGBTQ and disability rights history. The announcement […]
The Banneker-Douglass Museum in Annapolis, Maryland received a $50 thousand grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to […]
Preservation Maryland, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving historic places, has turned to the Web for help documenting the state’s […]
Supporters are setting out to save jazz legend Cab Calloway’s Baltimore home from demolition. The three story house in the […]
Salisbury University has issued a call for proposals for its inaugural Chesapeake Studies conference, “Casting a Wide Net.” The interdisciplinary […]
In light of the devastating flood that ravaged Ellicott City, Maryland on May 27, Preservation Maryland has reactivated their Flood Recovery Fund.
Recent excavations at Wye House, where Frederick Douglass was enslaved, demonstrate how archaeology is both contributing to new scholarly understandings of the African American experience and becoming a more public enterprise.
The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center, Cambridge, Md, opens March 11, as Delaware celebrates Harriet Tubman Day.