From a Partner's Desk

Blog articles from MNYS Partners.

 

ADLA | Juneteenth — How long...

Jun 16, 2022
Juneteenth (short for “June Nineteenth”) is a holiday commemorating this day, which marked the effective end of slavery in the United States of America. Sunday, June 19, 2021, is a special day in the lives of Black people. Emancipation Day, or Day of Freedom is both a somber and celebratory day to commemorate the Thirteenth Amendment.

ADLA OF METRO NEW YORK CELEBRATES INCREDIBLE "FIRSTS" IN WOMEN'S HISTORY

Apr 04, 2022
As we finish out Women's History Month, our partners at ADLA have put together a brief list of incredible women of African descent and the groundbreaking trails they blazed.

BLACK HISTORY IS AMERICAN HISTORY | PRESENTED BY ADLA

Feb 09, 2022
Black African American Culture and Theology — This space will not allow the listing for or trying to capture the essence of Black culture. There are too many who have impacted American history. Influences included Black heritage and American culture; visual arts; music, – jazz blues and spirituals; theater – drama and opera; dance; poetry; fiction; literature, and activism.
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