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WHAT’S NEW ON BLACKPAST.ORG

Listed below are the newest posts added to BlackPast.org. Please return to this page often as it will change almost daily. Also, please use this page as a gateway to the thousands of other pages of information on the website.

New African American History Entries:


Jesse O. Thomas
James Amos Porter
Roy DeCarava
Samuel W. Allen
Samuel R. Lowery
James Tyson Tildon
The Shirelles
Tammi Terrell
John Wallace
George James (“Buddy”) Catlett
The Dells/ The Mighty Dells
Lonne Elder III
Rick James
Julia Pearl Hughes
Robert G. Clark, Jr.
Reg E. Cathey
Clarence Major
Josephine Jones
Joseph Winters
Bill Duke
Margaret Tynes
Maceo Pinkard
Elmer C. Stoner
Earl Grant
Della Reese
Charles Cansler
Villa Lewaro
Villa Lewaro, Mansion of Madame CJ Walker
Villa Lewaro, Mansion of Madame CJ Walker

Full List of African American History Entries

New African American History Entries in the West:


Allen and Albert Hughes
Rafer Johnson
Melvin Van Peebles
Mario Van Peebles
Joe Tex
Reginald Alan Hudlin
Michael Lockett Garrett
Barry White

Full List of African American History in the West Entries

New Global African History Entries:


Cyril Michael
Kelso Benjamin Cochrane
The Golden Stool
Michael X

Full List of Global African American History Entries

New Perspectives Article:

Fighting For Freedom, Fighting Against the Bomb: African Americans and the Campaign for a Nuclear-Free World, 1945-

Full List of Perspectives Articles

New Special Features:

The Commanders

The STEM Page

The Black Lives Matter Movement

Racial Violence in the United States

Lynchings in The United States Since 1865

Race, Crime, and Incarceration in the United States

New African American History Primary Documents:

William Hannibal Thomas on the American Negro (1901)
George S. Schulyer, “The Negro-Art Hokum” (1926)
Zora Neale Hurston's Letter to the Orlando Sentinel, 1955
Black Panther Party Ten Point Program (1966)

Full List of African American History Primary Documents

New African American History in the West Primary Documents:

Alaska Fair Employment Practices Law
The Black Panther Party: To Feed Our Children (1969)
Full list of African American History in the West Primary Documents

New Speeches on BlackPast.org:


(1893) Frances E.W. Harper, "Woman's Political Future"

(1963) Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, "Religion and Race"

(2017) New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu's Address on the Removal of Confederate Monuments in New Orleans

(1970) Huey P. Newton, “The Women’s Liberation and Gay Liberation Movements”

Full List of Speeches By African Americans

New Genealogy Links

Family Search: African American Online Geneaology
Reclaiming Kin: Taking Back What Was Once Lost

Full List of African American Geneaology Resources

New Research Guides & Websites

WikiAfrica

For A Full List of of Research Guides and Websites on BlackPast.org click on the following:
AAH Research Guides and Websites
AAW Research Guides and Websites
GAH Research Guides and Websites

Special Resources:

Robert Fikes's Corner
National African American Historic Landmarks by State

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