For the culture: a celebration 400 years in the making…

Glow up with this cultural event 400 years in the making… a celebration of Angolan ancestry in America that started in 1619, featuring Pultizer Prize-winning journalist and newly-minted Howard University Professor, Nikole Hannah-Jones of The New York Times1619 Project.

Read more about this event on Glow Stream TV.

Promotional consideration provided by: Angola.org.

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NOTE: This story was originally posted on December 31, 2019 and has been updated to reflect Nikole Hannah-Jones’ new position as a tenure track professor at Howard University.


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Markette Sheppard

Markette Sheppard

Markette Sheppard is an Emmy award-winning TV host, children's book author, marketing executive and founder of Glow Stream TV. Follow her online @markettesheppard and @glowstreamtv.

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