fbpx
Cinque leader of Armistad

Quincy opens Hancock Adams Common for the public

Quincy's Hancock Adams Common honors John Adams, the 2nd US President who had a black history moment with Cinque, leader of a slave ship revolt.

Illuminate Plymouth and party with Wampanoag Thanksgiving legacy.

A bill before Congress seeks to deliver the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe their land in trust.
Public trails in Massachusetts

Massachusetts trails for biking and walking.

These Trails offer great biking or walking escapes. The Commonwealth takes care of its trails. Open thr article for a list of Massachusetts Public Trails.

First Boston slave trade remarks made by a governor in 1638.

First Boston slave trade remarks made by a governor. this is the paper with a journal entry from the year 1638 made by Massachusetts Governor John Winthrop about the slave trade.
Black Boston History story

Black 4th of July Boston Celebrations

Black July 4th items to consider
Roxbury mural paintings

There are a lot more African American Heritage sites in Boston + NE than...

The full moon shines bright like a diamond on African American history stories on our planet.
The Massachusetts re-opening plan

Massachusetts tourism opens up in July. Flocks are booking the Cape.

Re-opening Masachustts tourism businesses after the Covid-19 strike.
Free Fun Friday

Fun Free Fridays are cancelled for 2020 due to Covid-19 safety measures

There is no cost admission every Friday from June 28 - Aug 30.2019 to these Massachusetts cultural institutions.
OakBluffLighthouse

Martha’s Vineyard NANCY’s Restaurant discloses plans to serve diners under Covid-19.

Destination Martha's Vineyard and the 2020 uncertainty among restaurants this summer season.
Salem Ma Map

Salem’s Witchy Women

Puritans established Salem Massachusetts in 1626, 12 years before the first document Africans arrived in Massachusetts.