Johns Hopkins Namesake And Founder Was Slaveowner, Contrasting Longstanding Abolitionist NarrativeJohns Hopkins University and Medicine announced Wednesday that it learned its founder was a slaveowner, which was in contrast with a longstanding narrative that Mr. Johns Hopkins was an early abolitionist.
Denise Koch: 100th Anniversary Of Women Winning Right To Vote Marked By Kamala Harris' NominationWe celebrate in 2020 the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote.
'We Are Not Far Enough Yet': Thousands March On Washington On 57th Anniversary Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'I Have A Dream' SpeechOn Friday, thousands gathered on the National Mall as they continue to push for racial equality.
57 Years After Maryland's First Amusement Park Desegregates, Discussion Looks Back On MilestoneNearly six decades after Gwynn Oak Park became Maryland's first amusement park to desegregate, a virtual discussion dove into the movement's history and its parallels with modern times.
'White Lives Matter' Sprayed On Arthur Ashe Memorial In VirginiaA statue of African American tennis legend Arthur Ashe on Richmond, Virginia's, Monument Avenue has been vandalized with the words "White Lives Matter."
Virginia Firm Wants To Recover The Titanic's Iconic Telegraph MachineThe salvage firm that has plucked silverware, china and gold coins from the wreckage of the Titanic now wants to recover the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Machine that transmitted the doomed ship's increasingly frantic distress calls.
'This Is An Important Day' | First African Children's Museum In U.S. Opens Its Doors In BaltimoreA new museum opened its doors Saturday in Baltimore.
Agents Recover Stolen 500-Year-Old Copy Of Columbus LetterFederal agents in Delaware have recovered a more than 500-year-old copy of a letter penned by Christopher Columbus that vanished from an Italian library decades ago.
New Reginald F. Lewis Museum Exhibit Features Black Action Figures, SuperherosThe exhibit opens to the public Wednesday and runs through February 2020.
Maryland Panel On Lynching Begins Study Of KillingsA Maryland commission that will research at least 40 lynchings committed in the state between 1854 and 1933 and make recommendations about reconciliation held its first meeting Monday.
Maryland's Banneker-Douglass Museum Gets $50K Grant To Protect African American ArtifactsA total of $2.2 million has been awarded to 14 grantees.