Click to Share
 
 
  1. Latest News
  2. Submit Press Release
  1. PR Home
  2. Latest News
  3. Feeds
  4. Alerts
  5. Submit Free Press Release
  6. Journalist Account
  7. PRNewswire Distribution
Filter News
Show All Results
News By Country
News By Tag
African American History Remove


July 2014
Mo Su Sa Fr Th We Tu
28 27 26 25 24 23 22

african american history Press Releases

  + XML/RSS  



By Charles Sumner Post #25, G.A.R.
The Charles Sumner Post #25, Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) established in Chestertown, Maryland in 1882, will reopen as an educational center, museum and performance space on Saturday, June 21, 2014.

By Charles H. Wright Museum
Free film screening and discussion includes current challenges in the Congo

By ALVA Pictures
Cool Runnings star Doug E. Doug To Appear At 2013 Harlem International Film Festival premiere of new documentary, The Lessons of Hayti on Saturday, September 14th

By We Came To Conquer Entertainment, LLC
“Stubborn As A Mule,” the internationally award winning film, has been uploaded to YouTube.com in honor Black History Month 2013.

By Arcadia Publishing
Local author releases new book featuring a stunning collection of vintage images

By melodyservice
The A Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum, the only Museum that chronicles the history of the Black labor movement, will honor four legends with its Gentle Warrior Award during its annual gala on Sunday, February 17 at Marmon Grand in Chicago.

By California State University, Los Angeles
Seventh annual event calls for college planning as early as the 6th grade

By Rick Sheridan
Help us celebrate William Wilberforce Day on August 24.

All Press Releases

By Charles Sumner Post #25, G.A.R.
The Charles Sumner Post #25, Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) established in Chestertown, Maryland in 1882, will reopen as an educational center, museum and performance space on Saturday, June 21, 2014.

By Charles H. Wright Museum
Free film screening and discussion includes current challenges in the Congo

By ALVA Pictures
Cool Runnings star Doug E. Doug To Appear At 2013 Harlem International Film Festival premiere of new documentary, The Lessons of Hayti on Saturday, September 14th

By Strategic Book Group
Learn the role that African Americans played on the island of St. Croix in the development of America and the Western world in the new book "Transfer Day."

By Charles H Wright Museum
Event to honor civil rights activist Johnnie R. Carr and Congressman John Lewis, with a special Humanitarian Award presented in honor of Viola Liuzzo. Award held at Max M. Fisher Center w/performance by Grammy nominated singer songwriter Eric Benét

By We Came To Conquer Entertainment, LLC
“Stubborn As A Mule,” the internationally award winning film, has been uploaded to YouTube.com in honor Black History Month 2013.

By Arcadia Publishing
Local author releases new book featuring a stunning collection of vintage images

By Strategic Book Group
New Book Details African American History Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

By melodyservice
The A Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum, the only Museum that chronicles the history of the Black labor movement, will honor four legends with its Gentle Warrior Award during its annual gala on Sunday, February 17 at Marmon Grand in Chicago.

By Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency
A dedication ceremony for a new public art feature at the West Atlantic Plaza is set for Wed., June 27, 6pm. The 12-foot sculpture, funded by the Delray Beach CRA, honors the city's early African American settlers.

By Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving
Noted historian and Fathers’ Rights Attorney Jeffery M. Leving is featured in NBC Chicago’s (Ch. 5) African-American History special airing this Sunday, March 18 at 8:00am.

By California State University, Los Angeles
Seventh annual event calls for college planning as early as the 6th grade

By Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency
The nonprofit Spady Cultural Heritage Museum in Delray Beach, Fla. is getting creative in order to survive the economic recession. The organization is focusing more on its core mission by streamlining operations and introducing some new programs.

By Rick Sheridan
Help us celebrate William Wilberforce Day on August 24.

By Leslie Patterson-Tyler - TylerMadepr.com
You Can Walk In The Footsteps of Philadelphia's African-American Ancestors For Under $20

By Walking The Spirit Tours of Black Paris
Walking The Spirit Tours of Black Paris is organizing a unique and personal commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the death of writer Richard Wright. Admirers have the opportunity to participate from anywhere in the world.

By Walking The Spirit Tours of Black Paris
Walking The Spirit Tours of Black Paris, BlackAtlas.com and American Airlines offer a fabulous trip to the soul of Black Paris. The winner discovers Afro-American and African heritage plus the classic sites and tastes of the City of Lights.

By The Center for Contemporary Dance, Inc.
Beginning in January 2010, Moore Dance Project will tour its highly-acclaimed dance epic, Colours of Courage: A Celebration of Black History in America, in partnership with venues across Central Florida.

By Rick Sheridan
William Wilberforce (1759-1833), was a a leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade. August 24 was his birthday.

By Anita L. Wills
Author Anita Wills ancestor, while writing a Family History Book, found a connection to Liberia. Her ancestor, Elijah Johnson was a member of the American Colonization Society, and one of those who emigrated to Liberia.

By Washington Interdependence Council
Marc Morial, Pres/CEO Urban League; Jesse Jackson, Fdr/Pres. of Rainbow PUSH; Tom Dashchle, Former Senate Leader; Michael Steele, GOPAC Chair; Ben Jealous, Pres./CEO NAACP; Dr. Dorothy Height, NCNW among leaders urging Bush to sign Executive Order.

By Center for Columbia River History
University of Washington professor, Dr. Quintard Taylor, Jr. will discuss African American history in the Northwest. He will focus on areas outside the metro hubs of Portland and Seattle and provide expert comparative commentary. This program is free

By HEF1
Rare African American Posters Uncovered. “BLACKS IN AVIATION & AEROSPACE” is a set of eight posters. Each is 17 inches x 22 inches with black and white photos and biographical text for each.

By Soul Food Advisor.com
Website to honor Everyday People During Black History Month with a Special Tribute to Soul Food Cuisine.




Page updated every 10 minutes


  1. SiteMap
  2. Contact PRLog
  3. Privacy Policy
  4. Terms of Service
  5. Copyright Notice
  6. About
  7. Advertise
Like PRLog?
9K2K1K
Click to Share