Large traveling exhibits and smaller pop-ups help take Black history, culture across Iowa and beyond
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“I feel good knowing that so many people love me,” said Freda Long, whose historic Black-owned business needs exterior wall repairs. A GoFundMe seeks to raise money to help pay to fix the beloved community space in the Oakhill Jackson neighborhood.
The raising of the Juneteenth flag -- the first to be flown under the new policy -- “should also inspire us to use our platform and our voices for actions that demand equity for all people,” said LaNisha Cassell of the African American Museum of Iowa
Sep. 3, 2021 6:00 am522d ago
Though maps outlining “undesirable” areas were only produced by the federal government from 1935 to 1940, the effects on seven Iowa cities live on to this day.