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BLK History Short Videos

Ruthie D Lyle

What would the world be without Black inventors? Our short video clips are sparks to bring names to the forefront to further pique your curiosity to research how Black people across the diaspora have contributed to innovation. This video features Ruthie D Lyle.

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Elijah McCoy

What would the world be without Black inventors? Our short video clips are sparks to bring names to the forefront to further pique your curiosity to research how Black people across the diaspora have contributed to innovation. This video features Elijah McCoy.

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Philip B Downing

What would the world be without Black inventors? Our short video clips are sparks to bring names to the forefront to further pique your curiosity to research how Black people across the diaspora have contributed to innovation. This video features Philip B Downing.

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This is IndivisibleBLK

BLK History Short Videos

Miriam E Benjamin

What would the world be without Black inventors? Our short video clips are sparks to bring names to the forefront to pique your curiosity to research further how Black people across the diaspora have contributed to innovation. This video features Miriam E Benjamin.

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Elijah McCoy

What would the world be without Black inventors? Our short video clips are sparks to bring names to the forefront to further pique your curiosity to research how Black people across the diaspora have contributed to innovation. This video features Elijah McCoy.

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Ruthie D Lyle

What would the world be without Black inventors? Our short video clips are sparks to bring names to the forefront to further pique your curiosity to research how Black people across the diaspora have contributed to innovation. This video features Ruthie D Lyle.

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Black History Museums

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is a large interpretive museum and research center in Birmingham, Alabama that depicts the struggles of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s. The Institute is located in the Civil Rights District, which includes the historic 16th Street Baptist Church, Kelly Ingram Park, Fourth Avenue Business District, and the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame located in the Carver Theatre. The Institute opened in November 1992, and had more than 25,000 visitors during its first week.

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HBCU Directory

Black History Museums

HBCU Directory

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