• This new fund is preserving the sites of African American history

    11 days ago - By Fast Company

    “We wanted to build a social impact community to create a shared vision to tell the full history of our nation.”
    In August 2017, a rally of hate groups protesting the removal of two statues honoring Confederate generals turned violent and deadly in Charlottesville, Virginia. It was a sad, tragic, and generally grotesque event. But it also sparked a counter-wave of black history preservation efforts, to ensure that more Americans remember the past correctly.
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