A small group of Chicago Bronzeville area residents, local business people, and housing developers recently got together to talk about ways to make the “Black Metropolis” a National Heritage Area (NHA). They see the NHA as a way to preserve the historical sense of community, and to care for their land and culture, as well as […]
This the Harold Lucas Interview done by Bronzeville International Radio by radio host Steve Cokely Jr.
This is the news article that was posted on the New York Times about gentrification of Harlem. This link to the site: The End of Black Harlem
Blues Trail: A Trip Through History A difficult journey. The promise of greater freedom, opportunity and a new home. That is the story of the Great Migration (or Great Northern Migration) depicted in artist Alison Saar’s iconic bronze sculpture at King Drive and 26th Place in Chicago. It’s one of the many sights you can […]