A VBH Itinerary: Abraham Lincoln Assassin, John Wilkes Booth

VisitBlackHistory.com itinerary: ⁣⁣John Wilkes Booth strongly opposed the abolition of slavery and assassinated President Abraham Lincoln at Ford’s Theater (Washington DC) April 14, 1865. Ford’s Theater offers guided tours.⁣⁣⁣⁣John Wilkes Booth then fled to Southern Maryland. One of those stops was Surratt’s Tavern where there were guns and ammunition stored. ⁣⁣Surratt’s House is now a … More A VBH Itinerary: Abraham Lincoln Assassin, John Wilkes Booth

Soon come: African American Cultural Center in Virginia Beach

Follow Us on Instagram: @TheMergingLanesProject Image 1: Afro American Cultural Center at Yale University, est 1969 //Image 2: conceptual plan of the African American Cultural Center in Virginia Beach. Yale’s Afro American Cultural Center is recognized as the first of its kind at an Ivy League school and the largest in the Northeast. With years … More Soon come: African American Cultural Center in Virginia Beach

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

Museum Review – Freedom House Museum

Entries from 2/17/18 Instagram Post. check it out & Follow: Instagram.com/TheMergingLanesProject Things to do (Virginia) Freedom House Museum || There were about 30 visitors waiting for the 2:30 pm tour. I lucked up, the family standing in line ahead of me had an extra ticket (Thanks Tahima). Apparently there is quite a demand to tour … More Museum Review – Freedom House Museum