The National Park Service has awarded $9.7 million in grants to conserve historic structures at HBCUs.
This Juneteenth weekend, a collective of Philadelphians is leading efforts to preserve the historic home of revered Black artist Henry Ossawa Tanner.
The National Park Service is awarding $16.2 million in grants to preserve historic landmarks connected to the civil rights movement.
The Bray School—the nation’s oldest standing schoolhouse for African American children—recently received a $5 million preservation grant.
Getty Images has awarded four HBCUs with $500,000 to preserve their historic photos.
The home where civil rights pioneer Malcolm X spent his teenage years has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
The National Park Service will award $7.7 million in grants to HBCU preservation projects.
The National Park Service recently provided 18 historically Black colleges and universities with grants in efforts to conserve historic buildings and statues that live on campuses.
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.
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