African American Travel Stories

The new International Civil Rights Center & Museum in Greensboro, N.C., honors the Greensboro Four's 1960 lunch counter protest.
 
Freewheelin' Liberia: Feeling at Home in the Land of the Americos Is a Snap, Uncle (Post, July 19, 2009)
 
Philadelphia Honors Its Black Roots (Post, March 25, 2009)
 
Following the Path of Runaway Slaves (Post, February 25, 2009)
 
Trailing History: Birmingham. Selma. Montgomery. Alabama bears the scars of the civil rights era, and the monuments to that struggle inspire the courage to face new challenges. (Post, February 22, 2009)
 
Monument Honors Virginia's Other Washington (Post, November 23, 2008)
 
EXHIBIT A: In Denver, Black Cowboys Get Their Due (Post, June 24, 2007)
 
CENTRAL HIGH 101: The Little Rock Nine: 50 Years Later (Post, February 25, 2007)
 
Five Takes On Black History (Post, February 11, 2007)
 
ESSAY: In Tokyo, Much Ado For a 'Do (Post, October 8, 2006)
 
Black Travelers Join the Club: African Americans Looking for Great Adventures -- And a Sense of Family -- Find Both in Organized Groups (Post, September 3, 2006)
 
Los Angeles's Black Pride: Taking In the Retro Vibe of Leimert Park (Post, March 19, 2006)
 
EXHIBIT A: Where the World Comes Together in San Francisco (Post, March 5, 2006)
 
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. 101: In the Footsteps Of Dr. King (Post, January 15, 2006)
 
The Family Reunion Trip: It's All Relatives: From Big-City Hotels to Tropical Islands, African Americans Are Thinking Big (Post, January 8, 2006)
 
THEIR TOWN | People We Like and the Places They Love: Morgan Freeman, Down Home (Post, November 13, 2005)
 
Old South, New Ideas: Southern Virginia's Berry Hill Plantation Resort (Post, November 9, 2005)
 
ABOUT TOWN: Charleston: Ghosts, Gullah and Tea (Post, January 30, 2005)
 
FIVE WAYS TO . . .: Celebrate Black History Month (Post, January 30, 2005)
 
In K.C., the Vine's 2nd Act: Jazz's Encore Performance in a Legendary Neighborhood (Post, December 12, 2004)
 
History's Faded Trail: Black Soldiers Served Nobly in the Civil War. Two Men Want to Retrace Their Footsteps. (Post, November 23, 2004)
 
Going Underground: From Slavery to Freedom at New Cincinnati Museum (Post, August 29, 2004)
 
Mo.'s Place(s) In Black History (Post, February 17, 2002)
 
Brooklyn's Bridge to the Past: New York's Fort Greene neighborhood, a center of African American culture and art for more than 150 years, clings to its roots. (Post, March 7, 2001)
 
The Beat of Bahia: To get to the heart of Brazil's exotic city of Salvador; just follow the drums. (Post, July 2, 2000)
 

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