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is realized through partnerships with national and community-based service organizations with missions to impact behavior and alter life outcomes.The Foundation's desire is to assist by providing resources to help facilitate the kind of lasting change that will help individuals realize their true potential, regardless of race, gender or generation. The rare 1838 edition of Phillis Wheatley's Memoir and Poems (Isaac Knapp, Boston, 1773 was the year of the First Edition funded by Selina, Countess of Huntingdon..below) -- A 28 page memoir of Wheatley by Margaretta Matilda Odell, a collection of Wheatley's poems, and perhaps most importantly, it contains the third publication of the poems of the North Carolina slave George Moses Horton, preceded only by a pamphlet published in Raleigh, NC (originally entitled The Hope of Liberty, an unobtainable volume), and a reprint in 1837 in Philadelphia (no copies in American libraries).
through the inspiration received from and knowledge contained in Return To Glory resources (film, book, etc.).20 documents & artifacts from The Freeman Institute Black History Collection were showcased.More items from the Collection are exhibited behind the walls. Freeman to speak at a Black History or Cultural Diversity event..for more information about establishing a Black History gallery in your community, his contact information is way down at the bottom of this page.Soon he was composing love poetry on commission (ranging from twenty-five to seventy-five cents per poem) for students, who would claim it as their own when wooing Southern belles.Horton's business thrived and in a short time some of the academics helped him to learn to write and aided in his getting published.