Arts/EntertainmentImagine a world without aesthetics. Music, poetry, literature and beauty are the gifts that make the world a better place. African Americans have risen to the occasion and not only learned the English language, but have made significant contributions in the arts and entertainment.
As a culture, African Americans have emerged as actors and actresses, songwriters, dancers, comediennes, musicians, lyricists and filmmakers.
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Henry Highland GarnetHenry Highland Garnet was an American abolitionist, minister, educator and orator. Having escaped with his family as a child from slavery in Maryland, he grew up in New York City.
Black History USA Youth Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that was founded in 2015 by Glenn Singleton, publisher of Black History USA, an annual Black History calendar. Mr. Singleton's vision when creating the foundation was to further develop and cultivate relationships between the youth of Greenville and the Scholarship foundation. Through this relationship, the Future Leaders Conference was formed.Learn More