Black history is American history. It is baked into the foundation of our country so thoroughly that it is impossible to escape its influence today.
In this book, we celebrate those African Americans on whose shoulders we stand.
We stand at a pivotal time, not only for our county but also for our state and especially our community.
When I started at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum as a volunteer 27 years ago, I considered myself very much a baseball fan.
Andrew "Skip" Carter’s fascination with radio started early. Raised in Savannah, Georgia, he built his first radio set at age 14.