U.S. Cities Black Travel Guides
U.S. Cities Black Travel Guides by Soul Of America are curated from an African American perspective that ranges from historical times to the present day.
Brooklyn & Queens
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New York City
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Civil Rights Movement by U.S. Cities
Black History by U.S. Cities
Our Black Travel Guides locate black museums, nightclubs, restaurants, gift shops, cafes, coffeehouses, cultural centers, historic sites, places of worship, major events, black colleges, black spas, black innkeepers, and art galleries. They include general attractions, family attractions, general art centers, air, and transportation options, plus hotel reviews by third parties and Traveling While Black tips.
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Hello, Would you have any information on African American groups that travel only in US.
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Beautiful Pictures of The Mural at Dexter Ave. Baptist Church In Montgomery Alabama. I had the privilege of befriending The Artist when I Visited back in 2019. I am in the process of connecting him with the Artist who did a Similar Mural in the Bottom Of The Church in Clinton TN that literally gave life to the Story Of the Clinton 12. The Turmoil and Racists events surrounding the Story of the 12 Black Students Court Ordered to Attend Clinton’s all White Highschool was the Citie’s best Kept Secret until Min/Artist Alan Jones Started interviewing members of his Congregation and Community. From their a Mural was created and A Committee to Commemorate the Historic Event. If you have time please research The Clinton 12. You may also Come over to My City In Knoxville to learn more About the Birth place of Artist Bufford Delaney, Nikki Giovanni, and Stumping Grounds of Alex Haley where a Giant Statue of Him resides feets away from our Black Culture Center in the Center of The Area where Urban Removal occured. Lots of History in Clinton and Knoxville that should be explored. By the Way the Artist of the Clinton Mural Resides in Knoxville.
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Aboriginal folk were way before Spainards came down the St Lawrence river