Catoctin Mountain Park— https://youtu.be/0Ys04V9PFJo What a fantastic day to go for a hike. In the high 70s’ with gentle winds as a third companion, the weather was near perfect—my friend Angel ventured with me to explore this stunning area of Fredrick County, Maryland. The journey up hilly trails and stony terrain made this trek more … Continue reading On Location Series #36–Catoctin Mountain Park with Angel G.
In the 1890s, the growth of the black women’s club movement was spurred on by efforts to end lynching. Ida B. Wells-Barnett denounced lynching in the press. As she traveled the country lecturing about lynching, she also helped to found black women’s clubs. Many of these clubs addressed problems similar to those addressed by white … Continue reading Black History—-The Black Women’s Club Movement