Black History

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...

GOLDEN AGE

Several studies continue to show steady growth in the percentage of African Americans who have embraced the power of the passport, and are traveling more fr... Read More...
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Sarah Rest In Power

  Saartjie Baartman was a Khoikhoi woman taken from the Eastern Cape province of South Africa in the company of Scottish military surgeon William Dunl... Read More...

A Family’s Journey

Winner of the Benjamin Franklin Book of the Year and the Award of Merit from the American Association for State and Local History, Gail Melissa Grant is an acco... Read More...

BARRINGTON IRVING

DECEMBER 2016 - ISSUE 12 - MILESTONES! Captain Barrington Irving, born in Jamaica in 1983, has traveled to 50 countries, conducted over 30 STEM expeditions, su... Read More...