River Boat Tours Mississippi River boat tours offer an exceptional way to explore the natural beauty and rich history of one of America’s most iconic
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Natchez seminary for Black Ministers
The forming of Jackson State University In 1877, The American Baptist Home Missionary Society Of New York established a seminary for African-American ministers and located
Researching the stories of Natchez
Local author Beverly Adams , David Dreyer, Ismall Alli, and Canadian Author/Story teller Rukhsane Khan speaks on researching the African Prince Ibrahima Researching the stories
What Freedom Mean to Me?
Freedom? Not too long ago I attended a focus group who spoke on the subject, “what freedom mean to me”? There were three community leaders
Natchez African American Museum Salutes
Thelma Wallace Williams Thelma Wallace Williams, daughter of Marguerite and Dr. William Wallace, retired from teaching in New York and moved into her grandmother’s home
A Natchez Black Woman of Honor
Ms. Sadie V Thompson Ms. Sadie V. Thompson was born in Ohio in 1876. Her father was born in Canada and her mother in Mississippi.
African American History of Natchez Never Stops (It’s Time You Explore It!!!)
Heritage begins with Foods Of Natchez As Black History month comes to a close in America, we in Natchez continue the tradition of honoring
United States Colored Troops Monument Natchez
01 United States Colored Troops For years the Natchez Museum of African American Culture through the help of Ser Seshsh Ab Heter-Clifford M. Boxley has
National (Black Community) Clean-up Day
Community Clean-UP Black People – PLEASE STOP – Just complaining about our condition (or do less complaining) and do something to improve the quality of Black Lives!
New Exhibit At Natchez African American Museum of Culture
Natchez Museum Of African American Culture Newest Exhibit NAPAC Museum adds the newest exhibit, “The Black Butterfly” the life of opera singer Daisy Newman a