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Cover illustration from The Ebony Cookbook: A Date with a Dish, 1962.

(Re)Discovering Freda De Knight and Her 1948 Cookbook, “A Date with a Dish”

Posted by: Nate Smith

Photograph shows a group of founding members of the Niagara Movement superimposed over an image showing Niagara Falls in the background

Webinar Feb. 8 on African Americans in Business: Doing Historical Company Research

Posted by: Natalie Burclaff

portrait photograph with the caption "Cor. Sec. Woman's National Baptist Convention, Louisville, KY" she is wearing a pleated blouse with a brooch at the neck and her hair pulled up

Nannie Helen Burroughs and her “most creditable work”

Posted by: Ellen Terrell

Silver stylized owl with radiant circles around its head, surrounded by a gold frame

Entrepreneur, Pioneer, and Philanthropist Clara Brown.

Posted by: Amber Paranick

Map of Bosten printed in 1935 but dated 1799

From Mariners to a Botanic Physician: A Snapshot of African Americans in 1842 Boston

Posted by: Ellen Terrell

Nelson Malden leans with his back to a counter with a wall to wall mirror in his barbershop with his arms crossed with two sinks and a barber chair visible as are lots of photographs of the people he met

Honoring African Americans: Barbering

Posted by: Ellen Terrell

4 convicts working while the guard has his back to the camera

The Convict Leasing System: Slavery in its Worst Aspects

Posted by: Ellen Terrell

image taken from a distance with buildings in the foreground and billowing closed of dark smoke behind them

The Tulsa Race Massacre: Relief and the Role of the American Red Cross

Posted by: Natalie Burclaff

Seven women standing or sitting at tables working at typewriters or watching others use typewriters.

Honoring African Americans: Historic Women Trailblazers and Advocacy Organizations

Posted by: Natalie Burclaff