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      Negro Leagues Baseball MuseumFebruary 15, 2011
      History Museum
      • Kansas City, United States

      The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum opened its’ permanent 10,000 square foot facility in 1997 sharing the new facility with the American Jazz Museum.

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      American Jazz MuseumFebruary 15, 2011
      Museum
      • Kansas City, United States

      Since opening in September of 1997, the American Jazz Museum has hosted thousands of world-class jazz performances. The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum also opened the same year.

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      Tuskegee UniversityFebruary 12, 2011
      University
      • Tuskegee, United States

      Originally the brainchild of a former slave and former slave-owner, this historically black college is a National Historic Landmark.

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      Baltimore Museum of ArtFebruary 12, 2011
      Art Museum
      • Baltimore, United States

      Be sure to find the portraits by Joshua Johnson. Johnson is noted as the first prominent African-American portrait artist.

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      Lincoln MemorialFebruary 12, 2011
      Landmark
      • Washington, United States

      This is was here where MLK led the March on Washington and gave his famous “I Have a Dream” speech. The speech was actually titled “The March on Washington for Jobs and Equality.”

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      Lorraine MotelFebruary 10, 2011
      History Museum
      • Memphis, United States

      Be sure to check out the National Civil Rights Museum! Read more

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      DuSable Museum Of African American HistoryFebruary 10, 2011
      History Museum
      • Chicago, United States

      The first museum dedicated to the culture and experiences of African-Americans, this museum is clearly modern with its own mobile app. Read more

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      Columbia University: Graduate School of JournalismFebruary 7, 2011
      Academic Building
      • New York, United States

      In 1949, Gwendolyn Brooks' book of poetry "Annie Allen" wins a Pulitzer Prize, making her the first African American to receive the prestigious award.

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      Los Angeles City HallFebruary 7, 2011
      City Hall
      • Los Angeles, United States

      On May 29, 1973 Tom Bradley was elected mayor of Los Angeles.

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      Columbia University: Graduate School of JournalismFebruary 7, 2011
      Academic Building
      • New York, United States

      Charles Gordone wins the Pulitzer Prize for drama for his play No Place to Be Somebody.

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      Columbia University: Graduate School of JournalismFebruary 7, 2011
      Academic Building
      • New York, United States

      In 1970, Charles Gordone wins the Pulitzer Prize for drama for his play No Place to Be Somebody.

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      University of MississippiFebruary 7, 2011
      University
      • Oxford, United States

      On Oct. 1, James Meredith becomes the first black student to enroll at the University of Mississippi, escorted by U.S. marshals by order of President John F. Kennedy.

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      Hayesville CemeteryFebruary 3, 2011
      Cemetery
      • Salem, United States

      Two of Oregon's earliest black pioneers, Adam Stephens and John W. Jackson, rest here. Both men were also members of the Haysville Farmers Club.

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      16th Street Baptist ChurchFebruary 3, 2011
      Church
      • Birmingham, United States

      The 16th Street Baptist Church was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963. The explosion killed four girls and marked a turning point in the Civil Rights Movement.

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      Edmund Pettus BridgeFebruary 3, 2011
      Road
      • Selma, United States

      On March 7, 1965 nearly 600 civil rights protesters clashed with State Troopers for their right to vote. Less than five months later, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

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      New York Public Library - Schomburg Center for Research in Black CultureFebruary 3, 2011
      Library
      • New York, United States

      If you need anything on the global African diaspora, this is your first stop. Read more

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      Prairie View A&M UniversityFebruary 3, 2011
      University
      • Prairie View, United States

      Founded in 1876, this HBCU is the second oldest state-sponsored institution of higher education in Texas Read more

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      Charles H Wright Museum of African American HistoryFebruary 2, 2011
      History Museum
      • Detroit, United States

      One of the biggest museums dedicated to the culture and history of the Africa-American. Read more

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      Bethel AME ChurchFebruary 2, 2011
      Church
      • Easton, United States

      When blacks withdrew from the Methodist Church in protest of racially segregated seating, Daniel Payne Coker organized this church. Read more

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      Stax Museum of American Soul MusicFebruary 1, 2011
      Museum
      • Memphis, United States

      Check out where numerous legends got their start: Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding, the Staple Singers, Wilson Pickett - just to name a few. Read more

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