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African American Battlefields of the Civil War

African American Battlefields of the Civil War is a selection of contemporary photography by William EaPart of William Earle Williams' collectionrle Williams. Earle’s work is a celebration of the efforts of American Blacks in the Civil War. The exhibit is composed of black and white images of historic battlegrounds where American Blacks shed blood for this country. It is showing now through September 14, 2008 at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston in the Caroline Wiess Law Building.

Visit the MFAH website to learn more about the exhibit.

Learn more about William Earle Williams and his work.

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1 Response to “African American Battlefields of the Civil War”


  1. 1 askiatek2008
    September 11, 2008 at 10:42 pm

    The first day of the second annual Preserving California Black Heritage conference includes a panel called Family Jewels featuring authors Regina Mason, The Life of William Grimes; and Sharon McGriff Payne, The John Grider Century: African-Americans in Napa, Solano and Sonoma Counties; and filmmaker Kevin Epps, The Black Rock: Dark Side of Alcatraz. Through the early afternoon sessions, following the presentation of the play Queen Calafia: Ruler of California, educators will learn how to infuse California’s African-American experience into classroom environments in order to close the achievement gap. The closing speaker, John William Templeton, discusses his statewide study, Black Heritage as Gap Closer: Educator Capacity to Provide Culturally Responsive Social Studies Teaching in California. A special conference rate for educators is $50 which includes the conference and performance. Visit http://www.californiablackhistory.com for more details.


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