Bring 306: African-American History into Your Classroom, School and District
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Did you know that the number 306 has significance in Black history? When Dr. Martin Luther King stayed at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, the site of his assassination in 1968, he preferred to stay in room 306. To support creative and intellectual expression during the Harlem Renaissance, artist Charles Alston founded “Group 306.” And when the Supreme Court issued its decision in the Dred Scott v. Sanford Case, it was on March 6, 1857. This common thread and countless key moments in Black History are often left out of textbooks.
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