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What is Black history and culture?: In paintings, photos, and recordings.

What is Black history and culture? The story of an enslaved people who freed themselves. The sounds of poetry, oratory, and music. A long parade of workers, soldiers, artists, musicians, scholars, athletes, judges, and politicians; men and women peacefully marching right into the centers of political power. That is the story I see on Wikimedia Commons, much more than 27 images can illustrate.

Welcome, National Museum of Africa American History and Culture, 2016. Anthony Foxx reads the poem I, Too by Langston Hughes


W.E.B. DuBois with his wife Nina and daughter Yolande, 1901
External video
video icon West End Blues, Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
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video icon Stormy Weather, Lena Horne
Bayard Rustin with children, 1964
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Gil Scott-Heron.jpg
video icon The Revolution Will Not Be Televised , Gil Scott-Heron
External audio
audio icon March on Washington, 15 hours of radio coverage, 8/28/1963, Educational Radio Network[1]
audio icon Dr. King's speech begins at 1:30, 8/28/1963, Educational Radio Network[2]
Vice-President Kamala Harris, 2021

References

  1. ^ "Special Collections, March on Washington, Parts 1-17". Open Vault. at WGBH. August 28, 1963. Retrieved September 15, 2016.
  2. ^ "Special Collections, March on Washington, Part 17". Open Vault. at WGBH. August 28, 1963. Retrieved September 15, 2016.