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To celebrate Black History Month, the National Civil Rights Museum’s newest exhibit highlights notable figures from St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. The exhibit is an interactive poster installation that traces the history of St. Jude and its fundraising organization, the American Lebanese Syrian Associated Charities (ALSAC), from 1962 to...
Statistics show that six percent (4.8 million) of Black and African American people reported having suffered from a mental illness. Yet, only one in three Black Americans who could benefit from mental health treatment receives it — leaving nearly 55% of Black and African American adults with serious mental...
This Black History Month, BLAC DC is shining a light on some of the amazing Black architects who have pioneered the field of architecture and helped build our beautiful District. The history of Black architects in D.C. is important because it was often the case that only Black architects...

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