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The Footsteps of Yesterday Still Matter Today

SDAAMFA’s ‘The Buses Are Coming’ Exhibition Opens To The Public By Amara Beaty, Contributing Writer An outdoor exhibition presented by the San Diego African American Museum...

Ashley Mudge Celebrates Juneteenth, The Women Of Color Expo As Artistic Empowerment

By Lem Satterfield, Zenger News Ashley Mudge is powered by art. She finds meaning in the upcoming June 17-19 Women Of Color Art Expo (WOCAX) at...

African American Museum & Cultural Center in the Works

NNPA NEWSWIRE — On June 12, the community is invited out to an AfroNoon celebration at White Park in downtown Riverside at Market and...

Nikole Hannah-Jones Wins Social Justice Award at NAACP Image Awards, Speaks on CRT

The 53rd Annual NAACP Image Awards, which were held in person this year on February 26 at the Pasadena Civic Center, honor African Americans in entertainment and...

At-home Businesses Are Growing. Women and People of Color Benefit the Most

Originally published by The 19th In August 2020, on a quiet residential street in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood of Seattle,...