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By Robinson Squared LLC
Award-winning director, writer & film-maker, Kenya Cagle, brings the truth of Nat Turner to Medgar Evers in a live reading.
By Robinson Squared
Robinson Squared,Nat Turner | The Story of a Prophet as never before told: The Resurrection of An Insurrection.
By David Fiske
David Fiske, co-author of a complete biography of Solomon Northup, will give two presentations at the Black History Month Brunch being put on by the Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Tuckahoe, New York on February 28, 2015.
By Black History Month Game
New app breathes new life into honoring the legacy of celebrated African-American history makers. Made for all ages and all races, the app strengthens families and builds community through 30 days of compassionate action. February 1st to March 2nd.
By A Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum
Richard Trumka, President of the National AFL-CIO, will be presented the coveted “A. Philip Randolph Gentle Warrior” award during a gala celebration to be held in Chicago, Illinois at the Historic Parkway Ballroom, 4455 S.
By A Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum
Iconic A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum partnering with UAW to observe milestone

By David Fiske
On October 4, 2014, author David Fiske will talk about Solomon Northup at the Holyoke Public Library in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
By www.coffeebluffpictures.com
Press Contact: Lacy Barnes, (404) 273-1825 lacy.barnes@coffeebluffpictures.com AWARD-WINNING FILMMAKER DEBORAH RILEY DRAPER LAUNCHES INDIEGOGO CAMPAIGN FOR NEW DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE 1936 OLYMPICS ATLANTA, GA - May 28, 2014 - Award-winning director,...
By CHARLES H. WRIGHT MUSEUM
Film screening at the Charles H. Wright Museum part of a larger celebration of the leader’s life and legacy
By National Black Marathoners Association
NBMA develops an informational repository for Black American, Black Canadian, Hispanic American, and Native American long distance runners from 1879 through 1979.
By David Fiske
David Fiske, co-author of a biography of Solomon Northup, will give a presentation in Schenectady, New York, about the life of Anne Northup. The story of her husband's wrongful enslavement was the basis of the Oscar-winning film: 12 Years a Slave.
By Charles H. Wright Museum
Free film screening and discussion includes current challenges in the Congo
By Arcadia Publishing
Richard Cooper and Dr. Eric R. Jackson will be available to sign copies of pictorial history
By Luminous Book Group
Luminous Book Group, a leading Book Publisher, Distributor and Book Seller, as well as owners of Luminous Books, announced today it has launched it emerging markets unit.
By David Fiske
On March 29, 2014, author David Fiske will talk about Solomon Northup at the Langley-Adams Library in Groveland, Massachusetts.
By Independent Publisher News
A Strong Female Who Will Work Hard To Achieve Her Dreams. Scheduled for Release on April 4, 2014
By Excitement Radio, Inc
What do YOU think about Nikki Minaj's most recent stunt and her use of historical leader Malcolm X's image - The Murder of Jordan Davis and Trial Results ?
By Levert Father & Son Foundation
The Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce will honor Eddie Levert Sr and other notable African Americans at their 17th Annual Black History Celebration in Torrance, California.
By PSI North-South Partners, Inc.
FELIO SIBY presents "Nelson Mandela" t-shirt (Limited Edition) in Honor of Black History Month
By ZEPHRA AGENCY
"Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" Star JONELLE ALLEN receiving RAVE REVIEWS in New Film "The Divorce", directed by Donald B. Welch.

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By Miles High Productions
SWEET HONEY IN THE ROCK, the venerable and Grammy-nominated a cappella ensemble who've built a legacy for merging an inimitable and distinct harmonic vocal blend with a veracious commitment to activism
By Robinson Squared LLC
Award-winning director, writer & film-maker, Kenya Cagle, brings the truth of Nat Turner to Medgar Evers in a live reading.
By Wright Communications Worldwide Inc.
Black history month is a month set aside to learn, honor, and celebrate the achievements of black men and women throughout history.
By Robinson Squared
Robinson Squared,Nat Turner | The Story of a Prophet as never before told: The Resurrection of An Insurrection.
By WHPK Jazz Format
Performer Ari Brown and REACH Award Recipient Mwata Bowden Connected to Artistic Collective Marking its 50th Anniversary
By Lorms Insurance Services
David Lorms of Farmers Insurance has announced that Farmers Insurance Group, in partnership with the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), will provide educators with a dynamic new program designed to bring Black history.
By David Fiske
David Fiske, co-author of a complete biography of Solomon Northup, will give two presentations at the Black History Month Brunch being put on by the Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Tuckahoe, New York on February 28, 2015.
By Black History Month Game
New app breathes new life into honoring the legacy of celebrated African-American history makers. Made for all ages and all races, the app strengthens families and builds community through 30 days of compassionate action. February 1st to March 2nd.
By School Sisters of St. Francis
School Sisters of St. Francis welcome Milwaukee Gospel vocal artist Rodney Cunningham
By A Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum
Richard Trumka, President of the National AFL-CIO, will be presented the coveted “A. Philip Randolph Gentle Warrior” award during a gala celebration to be held in Chicago, Illinois at the Historic Parkway Ballroom, 4455 S.
By A Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum
Iconic A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum partnering with UAW to observe milestone

By Adelphi University
Jeffrey T. Sammons, Ph.D., professor of history at New York University will be the next speaker for Adelphi University’s Changing Nature of War and Peace initiative.
By David Fiske
On October 4, 2014, author David Fiske will talk about Solomon Northup at the Holyoke Public Library in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
By www.coffeebluffpictures.com
Press Contact: Lacy Barnes, (404) 273-1825 lacy.barnes@coffeebluffpictures.com AWARD-WINNING FILMMAKER DEBORAH RILEY DRAPER LAUNCHES INDIEGOGO CAMPAIGN FOR NEW DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE 1936 OLYMPICS ATLANTA, GA - May 28, 2014 - Award-winning director,...
By CHARLES H. WRIGHT MUSEUM
Film screening at the Charles H. Wright Museum part of a larger celebration of the leader’s life and legacy
By National Black Marathoners Association
NBMA develops an informational repository for Black American, Black Canadian, Hispanic American, and Native American long distance runners from 1879 through 1979.
By David Fiske
David Fiske, co-author of a biography of Solomon Northup, will give a presentation in Schenectady, New York, about the life of Anne Northup. The story of her husband's wrongful enslavement was the basis of the Oscar-winning film: 12 Years a Slave.
By Charles H. Wright Museum
Free film screening and discussion includes current challenges in the Congo
By Arcadia Publishing
Richard Cooper and Dr. Eric R. Jackson will be available to sign copies of pictorial history
By Luminous Book Group
Luminous Book Group, a leading Book Publisher, Distributor and Book Seller, as well as owners of Luminous Books, announced today it has launched it emerging markets unit.
By David Fiske
On March 29, 2014, author David Fiske will talk about Solomon Northup at the Langley-Adams Library in Groveland, Massachusetts.
By Independent Publisher News
A Strong Female Who Will Work Hard To Achieve Her Dreams. Scheduled for Release on April 4, 2014
By Wright Communications Worldwide Inc.
Black History Month is observed each February as a time to recognize the contributions of African Americans to the culture at large.
By Excitement Radio, Inc
What do YOU think about Nikki Minaj's most recent stunt and her use of historical leader Malcolm X's image - The Murder of Jordan Davis and Trial Results ?
By Levert Father & Son Foundation
The Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce will honor Eddie Levert Sr and other notable African Americans at their 17th Annual Black History Celebration in Torrance, California.
By PSI North-South Partners, Inc.
FELIO SIBY presents "Nelson Mandela" t-shirt (Limited Edition) in Honor of Black History Month
By ZEPHRA AGENCY
"Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" Star JONELLE ALLEN receiving RAVE REVIEWS in New Film "The Divorce", directed by Donald B. Welch.
By Millennium Music Mission Records M3
Celebrate Black History Month with Maxheat's new single at Pro Flow Radio's Online Black History Info Center.
By The Projection Booth
Celebrating Black History Month, The Projection Booth podcast is examining four varied works with starring African American protagonists.
By Pike Theatre
In celebration of Black History Month the Pike Theatre produces a new play that deals with a family seeking a way to make a difference and choses to return to "the old neighborhood"
By We Came To Conquer Entertainment, LLC
A Legacy Forgotten is a film about the African-American High School that broke through the wall of segregation to win the first integrated State basketball championship in Georgia.
By Green Herring Art & Framing
Hank D. Herring will present highlights from the life and the famed July 4 speech of Frederick Douglass in a one-man stage show in the Black Box Theater at ARTworks in Beaufort, SC February 14 and 15, 2014.
By The DPJ Training Group
Highlighting powerful narratives on the impact of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to her rural Virginia upbringing on through present day triumphs, Deborah will deliver spirited and relatable presentations on this 50 year legislative anniversary in 2014
By WUSA9
Few American cities have played a more important pivotal role in African American history than Washington D.C.
By David fiske
Northup biographer David Fiske will join host Jane E. Wilcox to talk about the book he co-authored, Solomon Northup: The Complete Story of the Author of Twelve Years a Slave.
By PIMOSH Publishing Company
Luvin' My History: A Celebration of Praise is keeping kids interested in Black American History - the 1st of its kind bringing arts education to the forefront and leaving the pain and sting behind.
By David Fiske
Under slavery in America, it was not only the slaves who suffered. Free blacks were at risk of being kidnapped and sold as slaves, as in the case of Solomon Northup.
By ALVA Pictures
The 2014 Pan African Film Festival To Feature West Coast Premiere of Award-Winning Documentary "The Lessons of Hayti"
By The DPJ Training Group
Tools to Cultivate the Promised Land: Working Wisdom From My Grandparents' Garden by Deborah L. Parker honors these two wise soul's toils to nurture the family. With metaphors from their toolshed Deborah uses harvesting & reaping acts for life goals.
By David Fiske
Now available for Kindle: a companion to Solomon Northup's narrative, Twelve Years A Slave. This work presents fascinating new information about the 1841 kidnapping, 1853 rescue, and pre- and post-slavery life of Solomon Northup.
By Critical Thoughts Publishing
Author Baaki Tafiti Bell continues to make headway with his thought-provoking book: Destroy the Perceptions: Liberate from the Residue of Slavery in a changing Society.
By Arcadia Publishing
Local authors share the stories using a collection of stunning, historic images
By St. Joseph African Methodist Episcopal Church
St. Joseph African Methodist Episcopal Church founded by former slave Rev. Edian Markham, remains a leading A.M.E. church in North Carolina.
By Arcadia Publishing
Local author uses collection of vintage images to illustrate the history
By ALVA Pictures
2013 Harlem Film Festival Best Documentary Winner "The Lessons of Hayti" Set For Screening At World Peace Initiative Near Historic Black Enclaves in The Hamptons
By Unity of Delray Beach and The Ebony Chorale
The Ebony Chorale will perform a concert at Unity of Delray Beach, 101 NW 22nd St. at Swinton Ave, on Sunday, November 17 at 4 p.m. There is no admission charge; a free will love offering will be collected.
By David Fiske
A new e-book, Slavery on Stage: Black Stereotypes and Opportunities in Nate Salsbury’s “Black Anerica” Show, describes Nate Salsbury's production called "Black America."
By ALVA Pictures
Documentary filmmakers, Terry Boyd, Edward Harris Jr. and Byron Hunter, who produced the documentary, The Lessons of Hayti, just five blocks away from the theater where it would premiere during the 8th Annual Harlem International Film Festival last...
By Arcadia Publishing
Local authors team up to share the history using rare, vintage images
By Arcadia Publishing
Local author shares the stories using stunning, historic images


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