I envision this group as more than a place to celebrate Black History Month. I want this place to be a repository of Black history, to be shared and enjoyed all year long.
*** Are you a history buff? We need you here! Do you have some family history you are willing to share? Bring it on!! Or personal history? Bring it on, too!
March 15 o this year the owne ofthe land where the 3 civil rights workers were buried Goodman Schwerner & Chaney died. Although involved and a memer of the KKK he was axquited at his trial. Never served any time.
There is an article on the Freedom Riders here: www.aarp.org/politics-society/history/info-05-2011/freedom-riders-breach.html http://www.aarp.org/politics-society/history/info-05-2011/freedom-riders-breach.html?plckFindCommentKey=CommentKey:ccb4a1b2-2f8e-4442-aea6-2d1fc60ab54a
I share the same feeling. We need to write about our family history too. Since you are looking for information about Black History, I am sharing this website (Census Bureau) that was sent to me from one of my associates: cb13-ff02_black_history.pdf
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