TheBlackList Pub

For All Points-Of-The-View.

Saturday September 15, 2018 husband and wife team Joe and Gwen Ragsdale reopened the Lest We Forget Slavery and Holocaust Museum at their new location 5501 Germantown Avenue in the lower level of the Germantown Historical Society building. The museum contains actual artifacts, photographs, papers and memorabilia from the US enslavement period and twentieth century lynchings, KKK and the negative media caricature depictions of people of African descent. The Ragsdales collected over 4 thousand artifacts most of which is currently in storage. They do traveling lectures, and conduct tours by appointment only in their new location. The Universal African Dance and Drum Ensemble performed outside and the museum was open for tours all afternoon.

Views: 50


You need to be a member of TheBlackList Pub to add comments!

Join TheBlackList Pub

Donations Accepted


Project 21 Urges Black Americans to Abolish Their "Mental and Emotional Slavery"

Started by SendMeYourNews in CURRENT EVENTS AND TOPICAL ISSUES on Friday. 0 Replies

 In observance of "Juneteenth," the oldest and most popular commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States, members of the …Continue

Reparations: Taxpayer Payments for Slavery Would Be Unnecessary and Divisive, Says Project 21

Started by SendMeYourNews in Politics on Friday. 0 Replies

Calling the idea of reparations for slavery a "sham," members of the …Continue

© 2019   Created by KWASI Akyeampong.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service

Rivers APC Hails Rt. Hon. Chibuike Amaechi at 53
= =