The Museum of You: The International African American Museum Wants to Personalize African-American History With Its Genealogy Center  

Museums can impart a vast amount of information to visitors, sharing with them history, culture, science, art. But what if a museum could personalize your

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Emmett Till’s Father Was Also Hanged: A New Book Tells His Story : NPR

A decade before his teenage son was lynched in Mississippi, Louis Till was serving overseas in World War II. Writing to Save a Life explores

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Medgar Evers assassinated – Jun 12, 1963 –

We cannot let the distractions of politics allow us to forget history. Assinated on Jun 12, 1963. Learn more about what happened today in History.

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NIH finally makes good with Henrietta Lacks’ family — and it’s about time, ethicist says – NBC News

Over the past six decades, huge medical advances have sprung from the cells of Henrietta Lacks, a poor, African-American mother of five who died in

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Henrietta Lacks’ ‘Immortal’ Cells

Journalist Rebecca Skloot’s new book investigates how a poor black tobacco farmer had a groundbreaking impact on modern medicine Source: Henrietta Lacks’ ‘Immortal’ Cells

The Last Buffalo Soldier Tomie L. Gaines Has Passed Away at the Age of 93 – Atlanta Black Star

The last living Buffalo Soldier passed away last weekend at the age of 93, in Greenville, South Carolina. Tomie L. Gaines served from March 1943

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Only 13% Black Churches Supported Rev. Martin Luther King during Civil Rights Movement | The Urban Blogg

(Postscript updated January 2016…..for those who may find this fact or number unbelievable I would suggest you contact Dr. Day like I did. Further, I

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