“And They Thought We Couldn’t Fight:”* Remembering the Nine Soldiers in a World War I Photograph

November 7, 2017 By Ncurrie, Posted In Finding Aids, Military, Tribute/News, World War I Era Today’s Blog is written by Barbara Lewis Burger, a retired National Archives Still Picture Senior Archivist The above photograph of nine World War I soldiers of the 369th Infantry Regiment is one of several iconic photographs in the National Archives and Records Administration that document African American soldiersContinue reading ““And They Thought We Couldn’t Fight:”* Remembering the Nine Soldiers in a World War I Photograph”

#32 My recommended great reads: African American history

My bookshelf is stocked with a great variety of good reads. They are loosely categorized by subject areas that include “Health and Healing,” “African American History, ” “International and Domestic Finance/Business,” “Black Authors,” “Book Publishing,” and “Media and Journalism” and “Other.” I also have personal journals that date back a few decades. Over the years,Continue reading “#32 My recommended great reads: African American history”