Long Beach African American History Month

Long Beach Branch NAACP to Host Black History Month Celebration Program Honoring Women

lb-naacp-sq The 2012 theme of African American History Month is “Black Women in American Culture and History.” The theme was chosen to honor black women and the myriad of roles they have played in the shaping of our nation. The NAACP Long Beach Branch is pleased to recognize significant women who have helped shaped the city of Long Beach and served as an outstanding female role model.

Long Beach Rotary Welcomes Dr. Terrence J. Roberts, Member of the Little Rock Nine

terrence-roberts Dr. Terrence J. Roberts Long Beach Rotary will host its fourth meeting this year on Wednesday, February 1st, and will feature Dr. Terrence J. Roberts, member of the Little Rock Nine Foundation that was established in the wake of fierce opposition to the desegregation of schools by nine young African American students.

USPS Unveils New Stamps for 2011

new usps stamps for 2011 From a former U.S. president to legends of Latin music to the 100th anniversary of the Indianapolis 500-mile auto race to the garden of love, the 2011 commemorative stamp program has something for everyone. The U.S. Postal Service today officially unveiled the images of its commemorative stamp program.

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