African-American history

From Martin Luther King Jr. to Chadwick Boseman, historically black colleges and universities have produced some of our nation’s most esteemed politicians, leaders and artists. But between financial woes and decreasing enrollment, many of these schools are struggling – particularly Cheyney University, the oldest HBCU in the country. Cheyney students, faculty and community leaders are fighting on behalf of the university and warning the nation what’s at stake if we lose our HBCUs.
The grave markers will be part of a memorial garden honoring the 37,000 people buried at the original cemetery.
Tubman spent part of her childhood in the cabin before escaping slavery and leading others to freedom on the Underground Railroad.
Native Americans endured racism, oppression and new diseases brought by the European settlers -- a history that can't be ignored, some descendants say.
"You should absolutely cancel me, and I absolutely cancel myself," Jessica Krug of The George Washington University wrote on Medium.
After watching the video, I wondered, "was that what Marie really thought of me?"
Local residents are protesting the sale while the nonprofit that owns it says selling it is crucial for its survival.
The measure is being praised as a "life-saving law” that has placed the state “on the right side of history.”
Sadie Roberts-Joseph, an inspirational leader who founded an African American history museum, was discovered dead on Friday.
Without black history, there would be no American history. Period.