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Boston African American Heritage and History events.

These event are being hosted by Boston Black museums and others who offer African American History and Heritage subject material.

National Black Doll Museum OPEN CALL for artists, vendors and volunteers for Abolition Day

National Black Doll Museum seeks artists to exhibit or perform in select venues along the South Common 6 Park Row
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NCAAA Museum of the National Center for Afro-American Artists – Boston

NCAAA museum is the National Center for Afro-American Artists

Author Phyllis Wheatley is a major exhibit at the Massachusetts Historical Society

See the bronze Phyllis Wheatley memorial in the South End and her documents at the Massachusetts Historical Society.
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Explore Black New England African American Heritage on sightseeing trips with the best tour...

Welcome to Spring 2019!! The best Boston and Black New England Heritage tours and sightseeing trips are here.
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The North was built on Slavery: explainer

Boston's first Governor wrote a memo about why Massachusetts (required) Africans for help with wars and construction.
The Niagara movement meeting photo from Fort Erie Canada in 1905.

Black Bostonian History Talk, Feb 7th, 2:00 p.m. at Central Library Copley

Black History is no mystery.- Bill Singleton.
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Boston roof top bars you should know.

These rooftop patio bars around Boston received honorable mention from the Boston Herald newspaper. Alba Restaurant 1486 Hancock St Quincy, MA Web Site urban oasis The Baseball Tavern 1270 Boylston St. Boston, MA 617-867-6526 Web Site roof deck at the Fenway Charlie's Kitchen 10 Eliot St Cambridge, MA 617-492-8646 Web...