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New York Times: October 20, 2016
In Georgetown, Saving a History Etched in Stone


Huffington Post: September 26, 2016
Here's Why August 28 Is Such An Important Date In Black History


Voices of NY/The Uptowner: September 26, 2016
What's Next for the Harlem African Burial Ground


New York Daily News: September 20, 2016
Activists fight to stop Chelsea building owner from adding penthouse suite to Underground Railroad landmark


UPI: September 14, 2016
Smithsonian's Museum of African American History set for grand opening


Chicago Tribune: September 14, 2016
New Smithsonian African-American museum a powerful statement


The New Yorker: August 29, 2016
Making a Home for Black History


WUNC.org: August 8, 2016
Colson Whitehead's 'Underground Railroad' Is A Literal Train To Freedom


New York Times: August 2, 2016
Colson Whitehead on Slavery, Success and Writing the Novel That Really Scared Him


Smithsonian Magazine: July 28, 2016
How Sojourner Truth Used Photography to Help End Slavery


Amsterdam News: July 28, 2016
A fascinating look at an America where slavery never died


New York Times: July 26, 2016
Yes, Slaves Did Help Build the White House


New York Times: July 10, 2016
Intent on a Reckoning With Georgetown's Slavery-Stained Past


DNAInfo.com: July 7, 2016
500 Graves Discovered at One of Country's First Settlements of Free Blacks


New York Times: June 6, 2016
Muhammad Ali: Never the White Man's Negro


Press Republican: May 22, 2016
Keeping the Spirit Alive


New York Times: May 18, 2016
'Roots,' Remade for a New Era


New York Times: May 12, 2016
A Fictional Apology to Dred Scott, Born of a Real Family's Painful Legacy


Associated Press: May 12, 2016
Honor at last: Former slaves reburied centuries later


Education Week: May 6, 2016
Praise for a Book That Will Change Teaching About Slavery


Wall Street Journal: May 5, 2016
African films are Celebrated at City Festival


New York Times: May 4, 2016
This is Harriet Tubman, Who Will Appear on the $20 Bill. Accept No Substitutes.


New York Times: April 27, 2016
Horace Ward, U.S. Judge Who Triumphed Over Bias, Dies at 88


Albany Times-Union: April 28, 2016
State copy of Emancipation Proclamation to get new case


Buffalo News: April 26, 2016
Tubman decision is a win for women and upstate New York


Associated Press: April 24, 2016
Harriet Tubman's upstate New York home to be National Historical Park


TWC News: April 22, 2016
Harriet Tubman has Deep New York Roots


Reuters: April 20, 2016
Harriet Tubman to be first African-American on U.S. currency

Syracuse Post-Standard: April 20, 2016
It's official: Harriet Tubman will be on the $20 bill; Auburn welcomes the news

 

New York Times: April 16, 2016
272 Slaves Were Sold to Save Georgetown. What Does It Owe Their Descendants?

 

NY Daily News: April 3, 2016
Fifty years later, Spring Valley coach Willie Worsley recalls Texas Western's upset over all-white Kentucky in 1966 NCAA Championship

 

theroot.com: March 7, 2016
Ona Judge Staines: She Challenged George Washington and Won Her Freedom

 

ABC News: March 6, 2016
Museum Marks 175th Anniversary of Amistad Captives' Freedom

 

New York Magazine: February 29, 2016
The Invisible Black Man on a Prospect Park Statue

 

Queens Chronicle: February 25, 2016
The Underground Railroad in NYC

 

Aljazeera: February 21, 2016
Remembering Malcolm X, 50 years on

 

New York Times: February 19, 2016
A Civil Rights Warrior, Armed With Spoons and Thank-You Notes

 

New York Times: February 18, 2016
Remembering A Vile Civil War Act, On Fifth Avenue

 

The New Yorker: February 18, 2016
Telling the Story of Slavery

 

Associated Press: February 7, 2016
Black History Month marked at New York's Capitol

 

Colorlines: February 3, 2016
New Video Asks 'Can You See White Privilege?'

 

New York Times: February 1, 2016
New York Today: Celebrating Black History

 

New York Daily News: February 1, 2016
Yes Black History Month and celebrate the struggles and triumphs of America

 

Auburn Citizen: February 1, 2016
Auchampaugh: Who owned slaves in Owasco?

 

Observer-Dispatch: January 31, 2016
OUR VIEW: Make black history American history

 

Amsterdam News: January 29, 2016
Black History Month theme highlights African American historic places

 

Daily Journal: January 28, 2016
A project aimed at memorializing America's slave-trade ports is targeting Rhode Island, where some 1,000 slave-trading voyages were launched

 

New York Daily News: January 28, 2016
Challenger 30th anniversary: Remembering Ronald McNair

 

theroot.com: January 26, 2016
Nate Parker's The Birth of a Nation Sells for Record Price at Sundance

 

The Nation: January 25, 2016
Nate Parker's The Birth of a Nation Sells for Record Price at Sundance

 

The New York Times: January 21, 2016
Evidence of Burial Ground Is Discovered

 

New York Times: January 7, 2016
At the Studio Museum in Harlem, 4 Shows Engage a Cultural Conversation

 

theroot.com: January 7, 2016
Literary Women Pay Homage to Zora Neale Hurston on Her 125th Birthday

 

Huffington Post: November 30, 2015
Urgency and Optimism: Chisholm's Legacy and the Status of Black Women in American Politics Today

 

New York Times: November 20, 2015
Mal Whitfield, Olympic Gold Medalist and Tuskegee Airman, Dies at 91

 

NY Daily News: November 6, 2015
Brooklyn Tuskegee Airman who joined FDNY after WWII dies at age 95

 

Theroot.com: October 26, 2015
A Rare, Firsthand Account of an African Muslim Enslaved in Brazil

 

Time.com: October 4, 2015
Textbook Company to Update Description of Slaves as ‘Workers’ After Criticism

 

New York Times: August 23, 2015
Rhode Island Church Taking Unusual Step to Illuminate Its Slavery Role

 

New York Times: August 13, 2015
Missing Historical Marker Resurrects Debate Over Photographer’s Birthplace

 

Sag Harbor News: August 13, 2015
Slave Dwelling Project, A Stay in the Manor’s Attic

 

New York Times: August 12, 2015
Confronting Slavery at Long Island’s Oldest Estates

 

New York Daily News: July 30, 2015
Tuskegee Airman William White, a 'humble' hero, dies in Virginia home aged 88

 

Huffington Post: July 22, 2015
Frederick Douglass and Southern Politics

 

New York Times: July 13, 2015
CUNY Exhibition Documents Lives of Black Africans in Early Dominican Republic

 

New York Times: July 6, 2015
Adirondack Town Mystery: Who Stole Marker for a Civil War Photographer?

 

Huffington Post: July 2, 2015
Recovering New York City's Black History

 

Associated Press: July 1, 2015
Misty Copeland's promotion at ABT breaks barriers

 

New York Times: May 31, 2015
Grim History Traced in Sunken Slave Ship Found Off South Africa

 

Amsterdam News: May 15, 2015
Recognizing How Slaves Helped Build NYC


AtlantaBlackStar.com: May 13, 2015
8 Interesting Facts About Cathay Williams, the Only Black Woman Enlisted as a Buffalo Soldier


Associated Press: May 10, 2015
West Point names barracks for black graduate who was shunned


New York Times: May 7, 2015
Diane White Clatto, Weathercaster Who Broke a Color Barrier, Dies at 76


AtlantaBlackStar.com: May 1, 2015
With 150th Anniversary of Reconstruction, Federal Govt. Delves Into Greater Examination of That Crucial Period in American History





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