National Trust for Historic Preservation
$1.6 million in grants will go towards the preservation of 22 historic Black sites throughout the country.
John Legend, Issa Rae, Talib Kweli and other stars are supporting a crowdfunding campaign to restore Nina Simone’s childhood home.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has launched a youth program dedicated to preserving sites tied to Black achievement and activism.
For Black History Month, the National Trust for Historic Preservation launched a powerful campaign with the help of actors to spread awareness about the influence and importance of Black landmarks.
The program Preservation in Practice was created as an avenue to empower students at historically Black colleges and universities to pursue careers in historic preservation.
A collection of grants totaling $1 million will go towards the preservation of historic African American sites throughout the country.
A well-deserved honor for the icon.
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