All-Black Maryland School Celebrates Milestone

March 22, 2017 Stacy Brown 0

It was nearly 40 years ago that the president of the Harford County Historical Society approached Christine Tolbert for information regarding the history of the Hosanna School, a historic institution for African-Americans in Darlington, Maryland. […]

MoCo Church Loses Claim to Slave Burial Grounds

March 1, 2017 Lauren M. Poteat 0

After an intense and contentious battle over development plans for the Westwood Shopping Center around the community of River Road in Bethesda, Maryland, the black-owned Macedonia Baptist Church has lost its claim to ancient slave burial grounds to New York-based developer Equity One. […]

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