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Jack Hadley Black History Museum Got National Attention- Thomasville Georgia

We are Thomasville’s First Black History Museum, established in 1995 to educate individuals about the history and culture of African Americans locally and nationally. The museum was founded by African-American historian, James “Jack” Hadley who has preserved over 4,669 pieces of African American artifacts with emphasis on Thomasville’s First Black Achievers, state and national achievers Read More…

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Appalachia Untold: Event highlights the need for remembering and recounting black history

Dedicated to preserving and highlighting black history, a Knoxville-based initiative is on a mission traveling up and down the corridors of the “Mountain South” and unraveling a tangled but important past. Monday night, the PBS Black in Appalachia project came to Blount, set on adding energy to a conversation that is already thriving.

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What About Florida: Activists bring Wifi to rural Georgia to Increase Census participation

Count advocates seek internet access ATLANTA — The decennial U.S. Census will determine where more than a trillion dollars of federal funding is doled out across the nation within the next decade and rural communities are at risk of losing their share. The U.S. Census will deploy a new online count system for the first Read More…