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  • Images of emancipation on Maryland's 150th anniversary

    Images of emancipation on Maryland's 150th anniversary
    Deborah Willis is familiar with the history of slavery. She co-wrote "Envisioning Emancipation: Black Americans and the End of Slavery," a collection of photographs spanning from emancipation to the New Deal.
  • Lewis Museum visitors need to hear both sides [Letter]

    Lewis Museum visitors need to hear both sides [Letter]
    You editorialize that Reginald F. Lewis Museum Director Skipp Sanders' decision to exclude Helena Hicks from a panel discussion on the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s "struck a sour note that ended up making the museum look unworthy of the mission...

    Blacks in Wax Museum presses forward with expansion

    Blacks in Wax Museum presses forward with expansion
    Joanne Martin has grown used to doubters. There were questions when she and her late husband, Elmer Martin, a professor of social work, first located Baltimore's National Great Blacks in Wax Museum on a forlorn stretch of North Avenue in East Baltimore....

    Boyd Rutherford weighs in on decision to bar civil rights icon from Lewis museum

    Boyd Rutherford weighs in on decision to bar civil rights icon from Lewis museum
    The Republican seeking to be Maryland’s next lieutenant governor on Friday scorned the decision to bar a Baltimore civil rights figure from an event at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African-American History & Culture. Boyd Rutherford...

    Museum chief defends decision to bar rights leader from event

    Museum chief defends decision to bar rights leader from event
    The director of Baltimore's African-American history museum on Thursday defended his decision to bar a civil rights leader from an event marking the 50th anniversary of landmark legislation after she questioned the decision to include a convicted murderer...