Art and Culture

Freewood Farms
Freewood Farms

Freewood Farms

Freewoods is a 40-acre living farm museum replicating life on small southern family farms owned and/or operated by African Americans between 1865-1900. The Freewoods project has the following primary goals: (1) to develop a comprehensive, hands-on educational program emphasizing life on small animal/human-powered farms operated by African Americans; (2) to provide public education on the importanc

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The Quilt Makers of Gees Bend
The Quilt Makers of Gees Bend

The Quilt Makers of Gees Bend

The women of Gee’s Bend—a small, remote, black community in Alabama—have created hundreds of quilt masterpieces dating from the early twentieth century to the present. Resembling an inland island, Gee’s Bend is surrounded on three sides by the Alabama River.

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Military District of Washington
Military District of Washington

Military District of Washington

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Our Heroes
Our Heroes

Our Heroes

Our Heroes, Inc. is an equine therapy non-profit offering classes and retreats.

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Rosenwald Schools
Rosenwald Schools

Rosenwald Schools

Booker T. Washington, President of Tuskegee Institute and Julius Rosenwald, philanthropist and president of Sears Roebuck, built state-of-the art schools for African- American children across the South. The effort has been called the most important initiative to advance black education in the early 20th century.

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Tuskegee Cultural Center
Tuskegee Cultural Center

Tuskegee Cultural Center

It is the goal of the museum to recognize the contributions of Native Americans, European Americans, and African Americans to the Alabamian landscape. It is also the distinguished goal of the Tuskegee Human & Civil Rights Multicultural Center to showcase how such a small town (Tuskegee, AL) has played a major role in transforming Southern American politics and history.

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The United States Air Force Drum and Bugle Corps and Pipe Band, Bolling AFB, Washington D.C.
The United States Air Force Drum and Bugle Corps and Pipe Band, Bolling AFB, Washington D.C.

The United States Air Force Drum and Bugle Corps and Pipe Band, Bolling AFB, Washington D.C.

The USAF Drum Corps traveled extensively, making annual trips to Europe, North Africa, and the Far East. During its existence, the Corps appeared at half-time of every major bowl game, at Radio City Music Hall, for Presidents and various heads of state, and for numerous national events.

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