By Ryan Hagen Press-Enterprise Photo by Kurt Miller RIVERSIDE – Hazel Hawkins Russell, the first African American teacher in Riverside Unified, died Friday. She was 93. Click here for full article.
By Alicia Robinson The Press-Enterprise Photo: City of Riverside Created by architects at Johnson Favaro, Riverside’s proposed new Main Library would be a two-story, 35,000-square-foot, building that would be elevated on a 30-foot pedestal to create a plaza and pedestrian walkway underneath. Click here for full article
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The Riverside African-American Historical Society, Inc. (RAAHS) would like to congratulate our former President and current Vice President, Rose Mayes, for receiving the Griot Award from the NAACP – Riverside Branch. The Griot Award recognizes individuals who help preserve and record the history of African-American culture and heritage in the
The National Museum of African American History And Culture Is Six Months Old And Killing The Museum Game!
By Paula Rogo Essence Photo By Monica Morgan/WireImage The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture celebrated its six-month anniversary Friday, and the achievements from its inaugural half-year have been groundbreaking Click here for full article
By Teresa Watanabe Los Angeles Times Photo by Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles Times UC Riverside ranks among the nation’s best universities in promoting African American student success, a new study has found. Click here for full article
RIVERSIDE, CA – The Riverside African American Historical Society, in partnership with the Martin Luther King Visionaries Foundation, is pleased to announce the 23rd Annual 5k Walk-A-Thon celebrating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year’s theme is Dr. King’s Legacy Matters. The annual walk provides an opportunity
The 2016 Association of African American Museums program committee is issuing a call for session proposals that explore the changing audiences of African American Museums. These proposals should put forth new, original, and leading-edge models and ideas that address the evolution of African American museum visitorship. We want to learn
The Riverside African American Historical Society held its 17th Annual Unsung Heroes Reception at California Baptist University on April 19th. The event annually honors community members who contribute time and other resources to the benefit of others, often without acknowledgement. This year’s honorees were: William Anderson, Mattie Louise Johnson, Cherie
RIVERSIDE, CA- The Association of African American Museums (AAAM) is in final negotiations with the Riverside Convention and Visitors Bureau to host the 38th AAAM conference in downtown Riverside in August 2016. The conference will be held for three days, attracting more than 1,000 curators, historians, librarians, museum professionals and