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 […]
(CHICAGO) ABC 7 EYEWITNESS MORNING NEWS, with co-anchor Terrell Brown, will leave the studio to broadcast live from the Bronzeville neighborhood to spotlight some of the outstanding people, organizations and residents who call the South Side their home. The two-and-a-half hour block of live news, featuring the best of the South Side, will air Friday, […]
May Day 2016 call to action: Filing a class action law suit to hold black elected officials accountable for conspiring to allow planned disenfranchisement, criminalization and displacement of lower and moderate income African Americans from the regentrified historic Bronzeville community!!! The Bronzeville Visitor Information Center has been physically locked out of our prime space in […]
Crook County’ investigates racism in Cook County criminal … – Chicago www.chicagotribune.com/…/ct-prj-crook-county-nicole… Chicago Tribune Apr 27, 2016 – Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve’s powerful, well-timed book about Cook County criminal courts draws from her years of research into race and justice in Illinois. … The Cook County criminal justice system — news flash! — is racist. […]
Interesting on the table conversation this morning at the Chicago Urban League: May 10th, 2016 On the Table perspective from Black Metropolis Convention & Tourism Council:: Preserving and sustaining the Bronzeville Visitor Information Center within the historic Supreme Life building, strategically located a the Gateway to the Black Metropolis National Heritage Area, as an anchor […]
Strategically located within the Supreme Life Building, as the Gateway to the Black Metropolis National Heritage Area, the Bronzeville Visitor Information Center preserves and sustains the broader south lakefront region of Chicago, while serving as an anchor institution for branding, marketing and enhancing multiple cultural heritage tourism sites, attractions and destinations in Bronzeville.Continuing to develop […]
Harold Lucas, a career community organizer and urban preservationist, has worked to protect the authentic cultural legacy of Chicago’s Bronzeville community since 1973. Moreover, Mr. Lucas is the visionary behind the “Restoring Bronzeville” campaign that promotes the Black Metropolis Historic District as a premier African-American heritage tourism destination.
Bronzeville Visitor Information Center volunteer staff, will facilitate another “free” outdoor recreational mobile tour, in collaborative partnerships with Black Metropolis/Pullman Porter Great Migration Blues Trail Environmental Education Outreach program and Fishing Buddies, on next Saturday July 9th, 2016 at 8:00 AM sharp!. This time we will travel by tour bus to Wampum Lake which offers […]