New Articles at BlackPast.org and in The Public Historian I am proud to say I am a new author at BlackPast.org, a web portal reference center providing information to the general public on the history of African Americans and their worldwide ancestry. You can check out my latest published BlackPast.org encyclopedia entries on the “Inkwell” […]
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Important Discussion About Engagement of More Varied Audiences for Appreciation of America’s Natural, Cultural and Historical Heritage The folks who participated in the recent Sierra Club diversity conversation offered some useful observations as to how a better job can be done to engage audiences of color with historically low participation rates in connecting to America’s […]
The California Coastal Cleanup Day/Coastweeks 2012 events, September 15 and 16, were a very rewarding collaboration, with historic preservation, aquatic, and environmental groups participating to educate the public about our shared history and concerns at a precious California oceanfront site at Bay Street in Santa Monica (sometimes controversially known as the “Inkwell”). This project is Public History […]
Saturday, September 15, 2012 • 9:00 A.M.–Noon Join Heal the Bay and other local organizations in the annual cleanup at the historic African American Bay Street Beach in Santa Monica, California. Santa Monica Beach at Bay Street Parking Lot 4 South www.healthebay.org/ccd The beach site sometimes known as the “Inkwell” was originally situated near Shutters […]
There will be two public screenings of White Wash, with discussion, in the Los Angeles area on August 25 and September 16, 2012 (details below the jump). White Wash is a documentary film by Ted Woods that explores the complexity of race in America through the eyes of the ocean. Examining the history of “black consciousness” as it triumphs and […]