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Waterloo wins federal grant for African-American historic study
WATERLOO — The city of Waterloo has received an additional grant — this one from the National Park Service — to study the neighborhood where the bulk of the city’s African-American community settled a century ago, along with other ethnic groups.
N Carolina African-American veteran dies at age 100
RALEIGH, N.C. — A North Carolina woman believed to be one of the last African-American women to serve overseas during World War II has died at the age of 100. Haywood Funeral Home in Raleigh said on its website that Millie Dunn Veasey died March 9 and ...
University of Michigan alumna discovers her African-American roots
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Nicole Persley grew up in the southern United States and always thought she was a white American. That is, until she was a student at Michigan. Ann Arbor Film Festival feature film 'The Big House' explores iconic U-M stadium Warren ...
Sir David Adjaye, designer of African-American museum, to keynote Cleveland Foundation annual meeting May 1
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Sir David Adjaye, the Tanzanian-born British architect who designed the highly acclaimed National Museum of African American History and Culture on the Mall in Washington, DC, will make his first visit to Cleveland in May as a guest of ...
Johnston Elementary students explore African-American history
In celebration of African-American History Month and History Night, Johnston Elementary’s version of a walk through history included an evening filled with historical music, art, social studies projects and a wax museum. Parents and other guests were ...
Head coach first African-American to win Idaho state title
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A FedEx employee in 1997, Marsell Colbert wasn't surprised to learn he was Coeur d'Alene's first African-American courier. Colbert was eight years removed from leaving a rough Maryland neighborhood for a basketball scholarship at ...
Bridgeport honors first African-American to sit on City Council
Mayor Joe Ganim joined City Council members as Lafayette Street and South Frontage Road was officially redesignated Winifred Timberlake Way. Council members Jeanette Herron and Denese Taylor Mayor say that Winifred Timberlake blazed a trail for them and ...
Twitter Sleuths Identify Mystery Whale Scientist, Unnamed African American Woman in 1971 Conference Photograph
Twitter loves a good mystery, and on March 9, illustrator Candace Jean Andersen posted one that quickly went viral. Andersen shared a photo she had found from the 1971 International Conference on the Biology of Whales, which held in June in Shenandoa ...
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