SOURCE: Mississippi Free Press
by Jonathan Odell
"What DeSantis and his ilk now fear, is that we the people, Black and white, hold the missing pieces to each other’s stories, and once our stories are told, they can change us profoundly."
SOURCE: The New Yorker
The Museum of Food and Drink has salvaged and reconstructed the test kitchen from Ebony Magazine for display at an exhibition at the Africa Center in Harlem this month, preserving a key site in Black culinary and cultural history.
SOURCE: African American Intellectual History Society
by Jessica Parr
The sale of The Ebony and Jet Magazines have raised concerns among historians, archivists, and the Black community.
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