The Plainfield Fire Territory has two special men on staff who are sending out a special message this Black History Month.
The Underground Railroad was a series of safehouses, places and people who helped slaves get to freedom.
The school and museum are at 1140 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St.
The Madam Walker Legacy Center, a former theater, is named for her.
"Being able to leave a legacy. Live life accordingly. Not just on the court but off the court."
Madam Walker's name stands boldly over her theater on Indiana Avenue. And the description bold seems fitting. In the early 1900s she did something that many thought just was not possible for most women or African Americans -- she built a business empire.
he music series will feature performances by 150 local performing artists which are all free and open to the public.
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The Maryland Department of Transportation has uncovered a long forgotten slave cemetery, and descendants of slaves who may have been buried on the property.
Law enforcement agents are tasked with protecting communities, but throughout history Americans have seen mistrust between certain groups and police officers.