BLACK HISTORY & CULTURE
Atlantic City Focus salutes: “Lucy”
Lucy’s Chest: Legacy of South Jersey’s Last Slave” tells her story in an exhibit at the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey until the end of 2022.
Atlantic City Free Public Library unveils online African American History Archive
The City of Dreams: The Atlantic City Experience has archived tens of thousands of photos and videos, audio files and documents that tell the story of African American life including everything from nightlife to churches, social clubs and politics.
Atlantic City Focus salutes Tommy Davidson: From In Living Color to Living In Color comedian talks life, love and race
Tommy Davidson, best known for his work on In Living Color — the early 1990s sketch comedy series — spoke at the Wilmington Public Library to promote his new book Living in Color.
Judge Joe Brown and Michael Eric Dyson talk politics before mid-term elections
Education, voter suppression and the Black Lives Matter movement were just a few of the topics they addressed.
Atlantic City Focus salutes: Pam Grier
The iconic female action hero known best for 1970s films such as “Coffy,” “Foxy Brown,” and “Sheba Baby”makes humanitarianism her new heroine focus.
Atlantic City Focus salutes: Club Harlem
Once the music got started at about 10 p.m. on a Saturday night the party wouldn’t stop until the following Monday morning.
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