Educators have heard a demand from students for fuller Black history lessons beyond what was already offered. Lawmakers and states have passed or begun implementing more inclusive instruction.
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Louisville Tourism announced that the city will offer new programs to celebrate the Black American contribution to Louisville’s history and culture. “Although these leisure tourism experiences began two years ago as an effort to curate the rich cultural assets involving Louisville’s Black history and heritage, they are coming to fruition at a very timely moment, on the heels of a national ...
The School Board is expected to vote for its choice in December.
The S²MARTLY in the Park program, organized by Mt. Zion Baptist Church, seeks to combat the so-called "summer slide" as students are out of school, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bookstores are experiencing a surge of interest in books about Black history, racism and social justice. Here’s a list of titles for those who want to learn more.
LEXINGTON, Ky. - The headstones - cracked, chipped, crumbled - rise sporadically across eight acres of dried grass. Mold and wind have eaten away at the slabs of stone, but if you kneel close enough, maybe wipe a palm across the faded inscriptions, family names emerge. Tucked off a quiet two-lane road lined by towering oak trees in Lexington, you'll find African Cemetery No. 2, the burial site ...
Q: What is the history of Black History Month?
This column comes straight from a well-loved black woman with poetry in her mouth as a hello to Black History Month and as a goodbye to the Madison poet laureate position.