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Tracing the 1630s English Puritans from Charlestown to founding Boston

Join the group lead by an experienced guide and learn about the summer of 1630, when a small group of English Puritans set foot in Charlestown...

The Alexandria Virginia waterfront city is a desirable address for D.C. influencers.

Located just 5 miles away from the center of Washington, D.C, .  The City of Alexandria Virginia can boast truthfully about its support for...

The Birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States

The shallow mention on the City of Greenboro North Carolina's web site of the actions black students from AT&T University endured when they sat...

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

Founded in 1791, the Massachusetts Historical Society has collected to tell us the story about American history, life and culture. It holds  millions of...
PPHOTO BY ANNA BUCKLEY

Where to look for Black fine art and the finest African American art around...

The WOVEN ARK is the current exhibition until July 2016 at the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African and African American art in Cambridge Central...

Where do blacks go out when they come to Boston for a visit?

Massachusetts receives about 20 million visitors a year according to the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism and Boston gets about 50 % of...

The Ruggles #28 bus ride down Blue Hill Avenue is unique.

Boston scenes by bus. No other route covers as much territory where African Amerians, Blacks and other minorities live and work in Boston, than the...
John Adams tour site

Visitor’s Center rolls trolley tour car out into Quincy’s dense cultural history.

The Quincy Visitor's Center operated by the  federal National Parks service is located at the base of Quincy Community College and faces the Starbucks...