Long after Black History Month ends, you can continue to discover amazing stories of African American resilience and innovation for yourself, inside a metro library on the Emory University campus. The Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library houses thousands of hidden gems.
In an industry that has always been at the mercy of Mother Nature, farming requires dedication to overcome obstacle after obstacle. But some Black farmers are hoping the old scars will come with new promises.
A 91-year-old Civil Rights icon and journalist, Xernona Clayton, is still making an impact in the journalism industry. She was recently awarded a distinguished award from Di Gamma Kappa broadcasting and journalism society. Gamma Kappa broadcasting and journalism society.
We're celebrating Black History. African Americans played a pivotal role in helping shape metro Atlanta. But when you think of all the historical locations around Atlanta, you probably don't think of South-View Cemetery.