about this month's featured artist: Hale Woodruff

about this image 

In 1939 Atlanta-based artist Hale Woodruff painted a series of murals for Talladega College, one of the oldest HBCUs (historically Black colleges and universities) in the United States.  Three murals commemorate the centennial of the historic Amistad Revolt of 1839. Three more celebrate the building of Talladega’s Savery Library.  Now, these six murals – newly-restored by the High Museum of Art - are back home  and on exhibit at Talladega.

Celebrating Our  Kids and Culture:  Tribute to Aaron Douglas and his painting, 
"Building More Stately Mansion" © 1944 


sincere thanks to our contributors and to the organizations who've shared their photos and artwork. 

Audios, Books, Board Game:

Cajun Country: BackPax/Don Klotz Studio

Journey to the Moon...and Beyond: NASA

Krik Krak!: iStockPhoto/Graham Heywood

Mark Twain's America - collage: Library of Congress photo/A.F. Bradley, 1906; BackPax/Don Klotz Studio

Nengajo:Japan: Wikimedia Commons/Utagawa Kunisada [Public domain] 

Routes 'n Roots: Flickr/Rennett Stowe​STEAL AWAY: Escape to Freedom on the Underground Railroad - BackPax/Bookmakers Inc.

This Little Light of Mine: 123RF/Natalia Perevozchikova 

Trailblazing Yellowstone: Pixabay.com

Treasures of Ancient Mexico: iStockphoto, Ulga

Underground Railroad: Flickr/Ron Cogswell ("Unwavering Courage in the Pursuit of Freedom" monument to Harriet Tubman and Thomas Garrett 

    by Mario Chiodo, City of Wilmington, Delaware)

​WAY TO GO!: Maruyama Design; iStockPhoto

When Rabbits Danced: Tales of the Iroquois: New York State Museum/"A Mohawk Iroquois Village" 


Dara Roach, Skeebop Productions, Inc., www.skeebop.com/

Photographer, Kelly Bruso Photography, www.KellyBruso.com