29 Historic Places For Black History Month: Recap

As we wrap of Black history Month we figured we Revisit the many Historical places we learned about this month. I can’t deny it, i learned a lot myself this month. Doing the research and writing the Blogs made me more informed about African American History, Beyond the most notable ones like MLK, Malcolm X & Harriet Tubman, but learning many of the back stories really made a difference for me. I hope it helped a lot of you out there as well, the Month of February was very active for the blog, maybe because we’re active everyday. Can’t promise to keep up this pace but you will be hearing from us a lot more frequently. Take care, and tell a friend to tell a friend to check out #TellMeHowiLookNow!


Harlem, 1520 Sedgwick Ave, Lorriane Motel & Edmund Pettus Bridge



Hitsville,usa, Wall Street, Tuskegee University & Audobon Ballroom



Ebbets Field, Jamestown, Wilberforce University & Schomburg Center



Cabrini Green Projects, Weeksville, Negro leagues Baseball Museum & MLK Memorial



African Burial Ground (NYC), Great Pyramids of Giza, Harriet Tubman House & Brazil



Morehouse College, Spelman College, Clark-Atlanta University & Howard University



16th Street Baptist Church, 2300 Jackson Street, Haiti & Grant Park (Chicago)




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