Article titled Papa Rozier Farms

Papa Rozier Farms

Located at 96 Knickerbocker Avenue in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, Papa Rozier Farms opened its store doors in 2018.  Haitian American siblings Rubens Amedee and Fredeline “Freddie” Amedee-Benjamin created the boutique store as o... Continue Reading
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Soul Fire Farm

Located at 1972 NY-2 in Petersburg, New York, Soul Fire Farm is unique in its vision, mission and work.  Soul Fire Farm, as per its website, is “an Afro-Indigenous centered community farm committed to uprooting racism and seeding sovereignty in ... Continue Reading
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Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum

Located at 1311 Kapiolani Boulevard, Suite 203 in Honolulu, Hawaii, the mission of the forthcoming Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum (OHAM), as per its website, is “to preserve, perpetuate & promote the contributions about Africana early settler... Continue Reading
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The Tubman Museum

Named in tribute to the incredible African-American abolitionist and activist Harriet Tubman, the Tubman Museum opened the doors of its latest facility to the public in 2015.  Dedicated to collecting, preserving and promoting African-American ... Continue Reading
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Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site

The Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site, comprised of six buildings, is located at East Leigh Street and North 2nd Street in Richmond, Virginia.  Situated in the historic Jackson Ward neighborhood, it, according to the National Park Servic... Continue Reading
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Ritz Theatre and Museum

Located at 829 North Davis Street in downtown Jacksonville, Florida, the Ritz Theatre and Museum is the city’s premier venue for African-American arts.  Situated in the La Villa neighborhood, historically populated by African-Americans, it was c... Continue Reading
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Dooky Chase’s Restaurant

Located at 2301 Orleans Avenue in the Tremé community of New Orleans, Louisiana, Dooky Chase is a wonderful dining establishment that has proudly serviced its patrons for four generations! Founded by Edgar “Dooky” Chase, Sr. and Emily Chase... Continue Reading
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African American Chefs Hall of Fame

Launched by the Taste of Heritage Foundation in 1993, the African American Chefs Hall of Fame is a program that honors the past and celebrates the present of African Americans who have made extraordinary gifts to culinary arts and society.  By... Continue Reading