There were few Black historic landmarks. Two brothers changed that.
By Nick Tabor — February 11, 2023
In 1970, there were only two National Historic Landmarks focused exclusively on Black history. By 1976, that number had risen beyond 70.
Behind this change was a large coalition of Black scholars, policymakers and activists, led by two brothers from Ohio who started the campaign in a D.C. basement. Continue reading Good News/Other News/Bad News