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Wilson Park, Baltimore

Wilson Park is a small community in northeast Baltimore, Maryland and one of the first African-American communities in the city. Its bounded on the south by 43rd Street and the east by The Alameda. Two community associations serve the area: the K ...

Bethel Baptist Church (Birmingham, Alabama)

Bethel Baptist Church is a historic church at 3200 28th Avenue North in the Collegeville neighborhood of Birmingham, Alabama. The church served as headquarters from 1956 to 1961 for the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights, which was led b ...

Evanston, Cincinnati

Evanston is a neighborhood in the city of Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States. The population was 9.158 at the 2010 census. A mostly African-American neighborhood since the 1960s, it is known as the birthplace of actress Doris Day, a ...

Winton Hills, Cincinnati

"Image:Winton-Hills-Cincinnati-map.jpg|thumb|260px|right|Winton Hills is a neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. Aka. Winton Hills is a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio. The population was 4.787 at the 2010 census. Winton Hills is an area in between ...

Hoffner Historic District

The Hoffner Historic District is a historic collection of buildings in the Northside neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Built primarily at the end of the nineteenth century, the district has experienced few changes since it was buil ...

Brewster-Wheeler Recreation Center

The Brewster-Wheeler Recreation Center is a former recreation center located in Detroit, Michigan. Opened in 1929, it was a hub for community enrichment programs for those who lived in the city, especially those who lived in the Brewster and Brus ...

Emancipation Park (Houston)

Emancipation Park and Emancipation Community Center are located at 3018 Emancipation Ave in the Third Ward area of Houston. It is the oldest park in Houston, and the oldest in Texas. In portions of the Jim Crow period it was the sole public park ...

Orange Mound, Memphis

Orange Mound, a neighborhood located in southeast Memphis, Tennessee, was the first African-American neighborhood, in the history of America, to be built by and for African Americans. Built on the grounds of the former Deaderick plantation, the O ...

D. A. Dorsey House

The D. A. Dorsey House is the historic home of D. A. Dorsey in Miami, Florida. It is located at 250 Northwest Ninth Street. On January 4, 1989, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Mount Zion Baptist Church (Miami, Florida)

The Mount Zion Baptist Church is a historic church in Miami, Florida. It is located at 301 Northwest 9th Street. On December 29, 1988, it was added to the U.S.

Overtown (Miami)

Overtown is a neighborhood of Miami, Florida, United States, just northwest of Downtown Miami. Originally called Colored Town during the Jim Crow era of the late 19th through the mid-20th century, the area was once the preeminent and is the histo ...

WNOV

WNOV is a community-oriented urban contemporary radio station located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. WNOV is the only station owned by Courier Communications, but on January 18, 2008 it was leased to a new company called Radio Multi-Media, which took o ...

Cleveland Court Apartments 620–638

The Cleveland Court Apartments 620–638 is a historic apartment building in the Cleveland Court Apartment Complex in Montgomery, Alabama. It is significant to the history of the modern Civil Rights Movement in the United States. Unit 634 was home ...

Mount Zion AME Zion Church (Montgomery, Alabama)

The Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, also known as the Mount Zion AME Zion Church Memorial Annex, is a historic church in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. Located on 467 Holt Street, it was built in 1899 and extensively remo ...

North Lawrence–Monroe Street Historic District

The North Lawrence–Monroe Street Historic District was a 2.8-acre historic district in Montgomery, Alabama. It comprised 132–148, 216, and 220 Monroe Street and 14, 22, 28–40, and 56 North Lawrence Street, containing a total of six contributing b ...

Jefferson Street (Nashville)

Jefferson Street is a street in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., which developed as the historic center of the citys African-American community. Three historically black universities are located near here: Fisk University, Meharry Medical College and ...

African Dorcas Association

The African Dorcas Association was a black womens community aid society founded in New York City in January 1828. The women of this group sewed clothes for New Yorks black children so that they would have appropriate attire for school. They were ...

Greater Hood Memorial AME Zion Church

The Greater Hood Memorial AME Zion Church was the first black church in Harlem, New York. It now receives notoriety as the "Oldest Continuing" church in Harlem. The church’s first house of worship was erected on East 117th Street, between 2nd and ...

Italian Welfare League

The Italian Welfare League is an American charitable organization founded in 1920 and incorporated in 1922 by Italian-American women. Its original purpose was to assist Italian veterans of World War I, and later, needy Italian residents of New Yo ...

Black Bottom, Philadelphia

Black Bottom was a predominantly African American and poor neighborhood in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania which was mostly razed for urban renewal in the 1960s.

Henry O. Tanner House

The Henry O. Tanner House is a historic house at 2908 West Diamond Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. It was from 1872 to 1888 the childhood home of Henry Ossawa Tanner, an African-American artist who was the first of his race to be elect ...

Homewood (Pittsburgh)

Homewood is a predominantly African-American neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, officially divided into three neighborhoods: Homewood North, Homewood South and Homewood West. Homewood is bordered on the southwest by the Mart ...

Larimer (Pittsburgh)

Larimer is a neighborhood in the East End of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States. The neighborhood takes its name from William Larimer, who grew up in nearby Westmoreland County and, after making a fortune in the railroad in ...

Alberta Arts District

Alberta Arts District is a commercial district in Portland, Oregon which connects the Concordia, King and Vernon neighborhoods in the Northeast quadrant of the city. The district centers on NE Alberta Street, and stretches approximately 1.5 miles ...

North Williams Avenue

North Williams Avenue is a north-south street located in Portland, Oregon, United States, and it defines the eastern boundary of North Portland. North Williams Avenue stretches from its southern terminus at Northeast Winning Way, near the Moda Ce ...

Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church

The Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church, located at 3138 North Vancouver Avenue in Portland, Oregons Eliot neighborhood, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016.

African Americans in San Francisco

African Americans in San Francisco, California, comprised less than 6% of the citys total population in the 2010 census, down from 13.4% in 1970. The black population has grown over the past century, from under 1% in 1940 to over 5% in 2019. Amon ...

Fillmore District, San Francisco

The Fillmore District is a historical neighborhood in San Francisco located to the southwest of Nob Hill, west of Market Street and north of the Mission District. It has been given various nicknames such as" the Moe” or" the Fill”. The Fillmore D ...

Quinn Chapel AME Church (St. Louis, Missouri)

Quinn Chapel AME Church is a historic African Methodist Episcopal Church building located at 227 Bowen Street in the Carondelet section of St. Louis, Missouri, in the United States. Built in 1869 as the North Public Market, it was acquired by the ...

Dutchtown, St. Louis

Dutchtown is a neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri. It is called "Dutch" from Deutsch, i.e., "German", as it was the southern center of German-American settlement in St. Louis in the early 19th century. It was the original site of Concordia Semin ...

Fox Park, St. Louis

Fox Park is a neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri. The neighborhood borders are Jefferson Avenue to the east, Interstate 44 to the north, Gravois Avenue to the south and Nebraska Avenue to the west. Surrounding neighborhoods include the Gate Dist ...

Liederkranz Club

The Liederkranz Club of St. Louis, Missouri was a German-American social club and the term also refers to its building. The building was a work of William Albert Hirsch of the St. Louis architectural firm Helfensteller, Hirsch & Watson. The club, ...

KJMM

KJMM is a Mainstream Urban radio station serving the Greater Tulsa area. It is owned by Perry Broadcasting and is licensed to Bixby, Oklahoma. Its studios are located in the Copper Oaks complex in South Tulsa and its transmitter site is southeast ...

Shiloh Baptist Church (Washington, D.C)

Shiloh Baptist Church is located at 1500 9th Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 20001 in the historic Shaw District. The church was founded in Fredericksburg, VA in 1804.

Maurai

The Maurai series is a series of short stories and a novel by Poul Anderson set in a resource depleted, post-apocalyptic earth several centuries in the future. The series is named after its most frequent protagonists, citizens of the Maurai Feder ...

Lin Carter bibliography

Kingdoms of Sorcery 1976 The Magic of Atlantis 1970 Realms of Wizardry 1976

W22CH

W22CH, UHF analog channel 22, was a low-powered TBN owned-and-operated television station licensed to Hopkinsville, Kentucky, United States. The station was owned by the Trinity Broadcasting Network. W22CHs transmitter was located near the juncti ...

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