The Woman’s National Democratic Club hosts a Black History Month luncheon with Dr. William Ferguson Reid (Fergie), Virginia House of Delegates’ first Black elected legislator since Reconstruction.
Simple genealogy searches don’t work for people whose ancestors were treated like property. But some new tools could help.
An IPS and DC Community Cinema preview about the Barefoot College, where rural women around the world, are trained to become solar engineers so that they can bring electricity back to their homes.
Freedom’s Teacher traces the life of Septima Poinsette Clark from her earliest years as a student, teacher, and community member in rural and urban South Carolina to her increasing radicalization as an activist following World War II, highlighting how Clark brought her life’s work to bear on the civil rights movement.