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Now, More than Ever, America Needs More Black Male Social Studies Teachers

by Tina L. Fletcher | June 16, 2020 For Black students in America, having a same-race social studies teacher is extremely rare. Acc Read more

How Dr. Hasan Jeffries is Rethinking the Way We Teach Black History

by | February 7, 2020
As a teenager in 1980s Brooklyn, Dr. Hasan Jeffries tried piecing together two different storie [...] Read more

Dr. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham: Shaping a Legacy Through History

by | March 12, 2019
Dr. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham envisions the role of the historian today as one who understands [...] Read more

The True Spirit of Black History Month

by | February 28, 2019
From 1st through 5th grade, I attended St. Mark’s Roman Catholic School in Harlem, New York. [...] Read more

IIE Summit Highlights the Importance of Study Abroad

by Melanie Eversley | February 20, 2019
Against a backdrop of young people who communicate in fewer words and more pictures, and with y [...] Read more

Berea College and the Father of Black History

| February 15, 2019
Preeminent scholar Dr. Carter G. Woodson has been dubbed “the father of Black history” and [...] Read more

Chicago Historian Timuel Black Turns 100

by | December 10, 2018
Timuel “Tim” D. Black, a Chicago historian who survived the Great Depression and worked on [...] Read more

Temple University Blockson Collection Obtains Materials of Tupac Shakur

by | November 1, 2018
The Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection at Temple University unveiled the newly obtain [...] Read more