Black History

The Story of Isis | Patron of Slaves and Sinners

Like most gods in cultures that practice polytheism, Isis was responsible for many aspects of Egyptian life.  Patron of the slaves and sinners. An advocate for the penniless and supporter of the artisan.  She was a symbol of fertility and the goddess of motherhood.

W.E.B. Du Bois Goes to Japan

In 1936, the Japanese ambassador arranged a trip to Japan for American writer, sociologist and civil rights activist W.E.B. Du Bois. During this trip, Du Bois t... Read More...

A Club Of Their Own

Once the nation's first all-black yacht club, Seafarers still thrives — the strong legacy of a visionary teacher and his industrious student. The southeast... Read More...