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February 14 – February 27, 2019
 
 
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Frederick Douglass' Descendant Urges Education and Critical Thinking

As a youngster, Kenneth Morris spent summers in Douglass' Highland Beach, Maryland home. He recalled wondering why the eyes in the portrait of his famous ancestor hanging in the home followed him. "There was a lot of pressure to do well in life," he added.
 
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Florida Rights Restoration Coalition's Desmond Meade Awarded

"Inside the voting booth is an equalizing space that empowers us all. It's a space in which marginalized communities can reclaim their power,' says Meade.
 
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Port Of Harlem in Morgan State University Archives

In addition to The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, future generations will have a second location to find all 40 print issues of Port Of Harlem magazine.
 
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Former POH Writer Releases New Anti-Corruption Book

Robtel Pailey's experience fighting corruption while working in Liberia's highest political office inspired her to write "Gbagba" and "Jaadeh!," anti-corruption children's books.
 
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Read Africa Gave Away Free Books

In addition, the D.C. library surprised the children with a free Africa Access approved book that they were able to select and take home.
 
Black Freemasonry in the Old West

The Lost Empire: Black Freemasonry in the Old West (1867-1906)

"Captain William Dominick Mathews used his platform as a Masonic Grand Master to not only defend his community, but to also organize for voting rights and was an advocate for other Africans American veterans of the Civil War," says author James R. Morgan III.
 
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Lecture: Haiti and the Civil War

Activities

Civil War Descendents Meet and Greet, Superhero and Princess Brunch on the Lagoon, Haiti and the Civil War to the Harambee Festival 2019 – there are plenty of ways to enjoy our culture and have fun
 
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Readers' Trends

It was not surprising to see which one of our web pages is back to being #1 and what is our #1 Facebook post
 
 
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