Mar 31 - Apr 11, 2022
South Africa is Open!
Experience Rich Culture & History; in the heart of the “Rainbow Nation” with its warm and welcoming people. Johannesburg, Soweto, Tracing the steps of the Apartheid;
Cable Car to the top of the well-known Table Mountain, and its magnificent Ocean views. The story of South Africa, where the seeds of South African freedom took Root.
Aug 19 - 31, 2022
Morocco Spain is Open!
Discover Morocco & Spain!
Let's explore the ‘Moors’ history and uncover the intriguing stories, legends and African history in both Morocco and Spain; with a renewed sense of our continuing little known history.
Let’s create a new!?
The Original Gullah Festival of Beaufort, SC is a family friendly event that takes place every Memorial Day weekend in an effort to preserve the Gullah Culture... Remember the past; Preserve the present; Shape the future. The Gullah Festival of South Carolina celebrates and recognizes the history, customs, cultures, language and accomplishments of the African Americans of the Lowcountry. This is an event not to miss.
The civil rights movement was a struggle for social justice that took place mainly during the 1950s and 1960s for Black Americans to gain equal rights under the law in the United States.
We hope you will join us as we follow their path through this historic journey.
born a slave, but determined to live free, Harriet Tubman made the dangerous trek to liberty. Called “The Moses of Her People,” she returned again and again, leading dozens of slaves to freedom.
A family friendly one day tour of the original home of Harriet Tubman, here in Cambridge, Maryland.
The Underground Railroad was a network of secret routes and safe houses established in the United States during the early to mid-19th century, and used by enslaved African-Americans to escape into free states and Canada. The scheme was assisted by abolitionists and others sympathetic to the cause of the escapees. TOURING MARYLAND-NEW YORK & CANADIAN TRAIL
The Lesser-Known History of African-American Cowboys;
One in three cowboys was black. So why aren’t they more present in popular culture? We want to find out why and what did it really mean to be a cowboy in 1890? What about today? How Black Cowboys Built the American West: A Living History Tour of an often-unsung legacy.
The African American “UNTOLD HISTORY” … Black History that you’ll never find in any of the textbooks as it was quietly kept! Let’s reveal many of the historical treasures in Washington DC and its surrounding areas.
Plan to be Shocked
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