When the School District of Philadelphia memorialized a 19th century civil rights leader by naming a disciplinary school after him, the organization sent a message about the value of black students.
The public art and history project aims to engage artists and the public in a conversation about monuments.
Philadelphia Poet Laureate Yolanda Wisher takes poetry to the people with 30th Street Station as a poetry festival venue.
The 7th Annual Public History Community Forum was held Wednesday, March 8, 2017, in Franklin Hall of the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.
‘1917: How One Year Changed the World’ is a collaboration between the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia and the American Jewish Historical Society in New York.
MARCH is co-sponsoring the 7th Annual Public History Community Forum. FREE with RSVP.
A professor of black studies and history at University of Delaware has written the first full-length nonfiction account of the life of Ona Judge.
The American History Association recognized several local scholars and professionals for their contributions to the field of history, including two working in public history.
Creators of a digital map invite residents to explore centuries of West Philadelphia history.
Mural Arts Philadelphia is seeking artists and artist teams to collaborate with the Germantown community in the design and production of a mural.