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African-American Programs
African-American Inventors
From the inventor of the traffic light to the Real McCoy, African-Americans have made important contributions to the lifestyle we have today.
The year 2020 marks the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment and the culmination of the women’s suffrage movement. The year 2020 also marks the sesquicentennial of the Fifteenth Amendment (1870) and the right of black men to the ballot after the Civil War. The theme speaks,therefore, to the ongoing struggle on the part of both black men and black women for the right to vote.
African-Americans and the Right to Vote
Inspirational African-American Leaders
A look at inventions and leaders of the 19th and 20th centuries
These Seven Black Composers Made Classical Music History
Black musicians have been making their mark on classical music for centuries, even if they haven't always been afforded the spotlight they deserve.
What Everyone Gets Wrong about Black History in the Space Age
African Americans have been contributing ot the space program since its inception.  Who are these people and why haven’t we heard about them before now?  Find out in this provocative presentation
While most African-American soldiers drafted into the Union Army were discriminated against and confined to colored units, they still played a major role in bringing about a Union victory.
10 African-American Heroes of the Civil War