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Historic Siloam School relocated to east Charlotte
'It was a wake-up call' | Civil rights activist revisits DC 60 years after the March on Washington
James Felder said he recalls being there for the March on Washington. He said that, 60 years later, there is still work to do.
Developers have Black South Carolina families fighting to maintain property and history
Along the booming South Carolina coast, developers looking to profit from vacation getaways and homes are targeting land owned by the descendants of enslaved people.
International African American museum opening in Charleston
WCNC Charlotte reporter Richard Devayne gives us a first look at the museum!
Protecting and promoting Black history through a $3M grant program
The African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund announcing a $3.8 million grant.
Juneteenth: The history, importance and how to celebrate
A look at the history and origin of the federal holiday Juneteenth, as well as discussing Black pride and how to mark the holiday.
60 years after Medgar Evers’ murder, his widow continues a civil rights legacy
It's been 60 years since civil rights leader Medgar Evers was murdered outside his Mississippi home.
Charlotte Knights to celebrate Jackie Robinson's legacy
The Knights will also be wearing special uniforms on Sunday to honor the Charlotte Black Hornets.
City of Charlotte to help start, scale and grow Black businesses
“As a city, we truly believe in the power of diversity and inclusion, and fully support our small and minority-owned businesses,” City Council Malcolm Graham said.
HBCU graduate makes history as first-ever Black woman neurosurgery resident at Vanderbilt
Tamia Potter graduated from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, and will soon graduate with her doctorate from Case Western Reserve University.
72 Hours on Bloody Island: The 1917 East St. Louis Massacre
Countless savage attacks were unleashed during the bloodshed. That’s just a glimpse of what happened during one of the bloodiest race wars on this ground.
Community member saves historic African-American schoolhouse
“It was a safe haven," Fred Glenn, who purchased the property and saved years of history from becoming ash, said.
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