”Black Cosmopolitan: James Weldon Johnson In An Age of Empire”

EDIT: After further research, “Black Cosmopolitan: James Weldon Johnson in an Age of Empire” closed December 12, 2019 (via Stuart A. Rose website). It may be a good idea to call and confirm with Stuart A. Rose Archive personnel. Raise your hand if you’re a geek for archive exhibits! Here’s a beautiful one, “Black Cosmopolitan: … More ”Black Cosmopolitan: James Weldon Johnson In An Age of Empire”

Professional Spotlight: Derek T. Mosley, Archivist/Division Manager Auburn Avenue Research Library

Recorded February 8th, 2019 at Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History. Derek T. Mosley, Archivist/Division Manager In this professional spotlight, we sit down with Derek T. Mosley about his career path to becoming Auburn Avenue Research Library’s Archivist and Division Manager. Mr. Mosley shares that he has had a love for … More Professional Spotlight: Derek T. Mosley, Archivist/Division Manager Auburn Avenue Research Library

Raw Footage: H. Khalif Khalifa and the Nat Turner Library

Follow Instagram: @TheMergingLanesProject for daily updates In November of 2017, I interviewed Mr. Richard Stewart, owner and operator of Petersburg Virginia’s Pocahontas Island Black History Museum. During that time, he asked had I heard of neighboring cultural site, “Nat Turner Land”. I hadn’t. A couple of days after that interview, while spending time with one … More Raw Footage: H. Khalif Khalifa and the Nat Turner Library

Just Added to Cultural & Natural Resource Directory: Florida A&M Black Archives Research Center and Museum

Via @TheMergingLanesProject Added Florida A & M University’s Black Archives Research Center and Museum to our Cultural & Natural Resource Directory The archive is 1 of 10 Black Archives in the U.S. Founded in 1976 by Florida A&M History Professor, Dr. James N Eaton. It holds over 500,000 archives and over 5,000 museum artifacts. Also … More Just Added to Cultural & Natural Resource Directory: Florida A&M Black Archives Research Center and Museum