As part our Continuing Community Commitment, the WJZ Black History Oratory Contest was held Sunday. And once again, it brought out some of Baltimore’s best and brightest students.
Crews are installing two large artifacts inside the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture while it’s still under construction on the National Mall.
It takes skill to engage a crowd on just words. And for 14-year-old Joshua Campbell, he did just that at WJZ’s Black History Oratory Contest.
hat started as the Doleman family’s personal collection of artifacts in 1972 has grown into an untold story of African-American history and culture in Hagerstown and Washington County.
Karla Smith smiles easily for someone who has seen the worst that people have to offer.
Black History Month ends in a few days and that’s still enough time to celebrate African-American heroes, especially those from Maryland.
A Baltimore County paramedic is being hailed a trailblazer. No other African-American woman has reached her rank.
A Baltimore museum dedicated to the history of Maryland’s black residents is planning an event marking the abolition of slavery in the state.
National parks and historic sites in D.C., Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia are hosting events and
exhibits to highlight black history in the region.