Culture, Bravery, Beauty and History.
With My Eyes No Longer Blind
The Black Archives’ permanent exhibit, With My Eyes No Longer Blind – titled after the Langston Hughes poem – traces the story of African Americans in the Kansas City from the days of the Lewis and Clark expedition to the mayor-ship of Emanuel Cleaver II.
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Dr. Carma’s Corner
Visit Dr. Carma’s Corner and get content on the Black Archives, Kansas City, 18th and Vine and much more. You don’t want to miss out on the information that she will be sharing.