Archive for 'RG 306 Records of the US Information Agency'
Malcolm X (May 19, 1925–February 21, 1965), Black Muslim minister and prominent figure in the Nation of Islam (NOI), advocated for black self-determination and racial pride. In the mid-1960s, he broke with the NOI and began to support the efforts of the civil rights movement. Malcolm X was assassinated while addressing the Organization of Afro-American […]
Posted by Ligon on February 12, 2015, under Black Power, Civil Rights, Record of the Week, RG 306 Records of the US Information Agency.
written by Dr. Trichita M. Chestnut, Management and Program Analyst, in the Office of the Chief Operating Officer at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland “…there is no East, no West, no North, no South, but one great fellowship of love throughout the whole, wide world:” ~Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Sermon at the Marienkirche, […]
Posted by Ligon on October 7, 2014, under Civil Rights, RG 306 Records of the US Information Agency, RG 84 Foreign Service Posts of the Department of State.
This post is dedicated to the memory of Maya Angelou – born April 4, 1928. Maya Angelou was a revered American author, poet, activist, holder of many other occupations, and icon. The impact and power of her words were immediately felt with the publication of her first autobiography I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1969), […]
Posted by Netisha on June 4, 2014, under African American Women, Photographs, RG 306 Records of the US Information Agency, RG 48 Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior.
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