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  • Black History Month: Changes at church founded by slaveholders

    Black History Month: Changes at church founded by slaveholders

    Monday, February 26 2018 9:10 AM EST2018-02-26 14:10:25 GMT
    Black History Month: Changes at church founded by slaveholdersBlack History Month: Changes at church founded by slaveholders

    A historic Long Island church that was founded by slaveholders more than three centuries ago today serves a predominantly black congregation.

    A historic Long Island church that was founded by slaveholders more than three centuries ago today serves a predominantly black congregation.

  • Black History Month: Shut out of the American Dream

    Black History Month: Shut out of the American Dream

    Saturday, February 17 2018 3:06 PM EST2018-02-17 20:06:27 GMT
    Black History Month: Shut out of the American DreamBlack History Month: Shut out of the American Dream

    The Fair Housing Act of 1968 was a major win for civil rights and has allowed Long Island to grow more diverse each year. 

    The Fair Housing Act of 1968 was a major win for civil rights and has allowed Long Island to grow more diverse each year. 

  • Black History Month: Remembering Bloom

    Black History Month: Remembering Bloom

    Monday, February 12 2018 6:32 AM EST2018-02-12 11:32:10 GMT
    Eleanor Lingo, of Southold, places a wreath each year on the grave of a slave girl who was buried in 1810 at the Old Burying Ground near the First Presbyterian Church.Eleanor Lingo, of Southold, places a wreath each year on the grave of a slave girl who was buried in 1810 at the Old Burying Ground near the First Presbyterian Church.

    Eleanor Lingo, of Southold, places a wreath each year on the grave of a slave girl who was buried in 1810 at the Old Burying Ground near the First Presbyterian Church.

    Eleanor Lingo, of Southold, places a wreath each year on the grave of a slave girl who was buried in 1810 at the Old Burying Ground near the First Presbyterian Church.

  • Black History Month - Sag Harbor: A refuge from racism

    Black History Month - Sag Harbor: A refuge from racism

    Monday, February 5 2018 7:53 AM EST2018-02-05 12:53:04 GMT
    Sag Harbor, the historically black beach enclave on the East End, was for generations a refuge from racism and a retreat for middle-class African-American families.Sag Harbor, the historically black beach enclave on the East End, was for generations a refuge from racism and a retreat for middle-class African-American families.

    Sag Harbor was a historically black beach enclave on the East End and for generations offered a refuge from racism and a retreat for middle-class African-American families.

    Sag Harbor was a historically black beach enclave on the East End and for generations offered a refuge from racism and a retreat for middle-class African-American families.

  • Black History Month 2018 - Series Information

    Black History Month 2018 - Series Information

    Monday, February 26 2018 9:08 AM EST2018-02-26 14:08:20 GMT
    Black History MonthBlack History Month

    Information and air dates for News 12's 2018 Black History Month series.

    Information and air dates for News 12's 2018 Black History Month series.

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