History through Black Voices

February 15th, 2018|Categories: Civil Rights and Security, Cultural and Personal Identity, Narrators, New Orleans, Racial Inequality, Racial Justice|Tags: , , , , |

We're proud of the diversity of Black voices around the country featured in our oral history book series. From places like Chicago to New Orleans, these first-person narratives challenge stereotypes and misrepresentations of Black history and culture that are all too pervasive in mainstream media. To celebrate Black history today and everyday, here is a glimpse [...]