SOURCE: The Dialog
by Shannen Dee Williams
In 1949, famed Harlem Renaissance writer Langston Hughes celebrated Negro History Week (the precursor to Black History Month) with members of the Oblate Sisters of Providence and their students at the all black and Catholic St. Alphonsus School.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Kisha G. Tracy
The cathedral is an important part of our shared cultural heritage.
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