Last month, I was in Philadephia with my chapter, Nevaeh Chapter 797.  I planned some of the African American historical tours during our trip.  One that I was happy to bring my chapter to was the Lest We Forget Slavery Museum in Philly owned by curators J. Justin and Gwen Ragsdale.  I spoke with M...

I attended the 60th anniversary of the murder of Emmett Till organized by the Mamie Till Mobley Foundation.  Friday, August 28, 2015 was the wreath laying ceremony.


I arrived at the Roberts Temple C.O.G.I.C. in Chicago, Illinois where the historical funeral of Emmet Till took place where Mamie Till...

​​​​I was driving through Bronzeville, known as the Black Metropolis, is a historical mecca of African American history where African American traveled from the South to the North to escape oppression during the early 1900s, I saw a mural of Lorraine Hansberry mural that was designed by Chris Devins...

I was supposed to do a historical tour in Tennessee, but I'm close to closing on my condo so I was not able to go. I decided to find a historical figure in Chicago. I located sites in rememberance of Fred Hampton, Deputy Chairman of the Black Panther Party in Chicago, IL. In 2000 December 4th was de...

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History Unsung

January 2, 2020

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