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Jackson Makes History
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson makes history becoming the first Black woman to be confirmed to serve upon the Supreme Court.
HD Museum Events
It’s time again for Mama Tried, the indoor invitational motorcycle show that connects motorcycles and builders to fans and riders alike. And the Harley-Davidson Museum is doing its part to keep the fire stoked all winter long by hosting the Mama Tried Official Pre-Party, powered by Budweiser® and Bulleit® Bourbon, which will be taking over […]
Leading experiential design firm The Hettema Group (THG) will create a new immersive, cinematic experience for The National WWII Museum as part of the upcoming Liberation Pavilion. This project was funded by the third-largest individual gift in the institution’s history—a $7.5 million commitment to help complete the Pavilion and develop the Priddy Family Foundation Freedom […]
POMPEO, O’BRIEN – Nixon Awards
2021 Architect of Peace Award recipients to headline Nixon Library fundraiser. Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and former National Security Adviser Robert C. O’Brien were jointly selected to receive the Richard Nixon Foundation’s 2021 Architect of Peace Award for their work developing and implementing both the 2020 Abraham Accords and the 2020 Serbia-Kosovo economic […]
Tracy Sugarman’s Works Offered at Auction
“AND ALL THAT JAZZ”! WORKS BY TRACY SUGARMAN – ARTIST TO THE MUSIC INDUSTRY, TO BE OFFERED AT AUCTION September 2021. Artworks by the American illustrator, Tracy Sugarman (1921-2013), who documented some of the most momentous events in American history, such as Mississippi’s Freedom Summer of 1964 (a milestone in the civil rights movement in America) […]
A Conversation with Grandmother Edna in Franklin County, PA
Franklin County Visitors Bureau Invites All to A Conversation with Grandmother Edna: Fabric Artist and Storyteller Franklin County Visitors Bureau hosts Edna Williams, a fabric artist and storyteller, at the 11/30 Visitors Center on July 17. Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites the public to A Conversation with Grandmother Edna: Fabric Artist and Storyteller on July […]
TIDAL x Angela Rye – Triumph Over Trauma
TIDAL, in partnership with influential politico, lawyer and advocate Angela Rye, is announcing the premiere of “Triumph Over Trauma: Black Wall Street Then and Now” – a one-hour long special commemorating the centennial of one of the worst attacks of racial violence in American history: the Tulsa Race Massacre. The special will premiere on Saturday, June 19 […]
Miss America Partners with Rowan University
Miss America Partners with Rowan University for 100th Anniversary Archival Project With an eye on history and ideals of beauty, students digitize Miss America archives “There she is…” One hundred years of artifacts from the Miss America Competition—from jeweled crowns and velvet capes to programs, photographs, judges’ books, oil paintings, films, and business records—tell more […]
Emmett Till × Mamie Till Mobley
National Trust Partners’ Advocacy Leads to Roberts Temple: Emmett Till and Mamie Till Mobley Senate Bill Sen. Tammy Duckworth introduced a bill with Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL), Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), and Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS) as co-sponsors to establish Chicago’s Roberts Temple Church of God in Christ as a National Monument. The […]