African American history

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Tracing the Travels of Maryland’s African Americans

  In high school, I volunteered at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture, rooting myself in the contributions black people have made in the past and present to the development of the state of Maryland. Given the scope of the Reginald’s exhibits and my own childhood in Maryland, my [...]

The Rise of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in Baltimore and the Bethel A.M.E. Church

The Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Bethel A.M.E.) is a Baltimore landmark. It is a tribute to the city’s African American community’s fight for spiritual, as well as social and economic, equality. Methodism was particularly popular in Maryland in its earliest years. The movement’s radical approach to preaching attracted many new congregants, black and white [...]

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