Delmarva Today 02/10/2017

Feb 10, 2017

An image of the front of the San Domingo School house, after its restoration. The building was constructed in 1919 as a school for the local black community. This site was selected for a Heritage Fund Grant in 2005.
Credit By Preservation Maryland

On today's program, we look at violence and the racial divide. Plus, a look at the history of the Rosenwald schools, which were built to educate African Americans still struggling under Jim Crow. In the second half we explore violence along the racial divide and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Guests:

Violence along the racial divide:

Deborah Tulani Salahu-Din, Exhibition Researcher with the Smithsonian Museum.

On San Domingo:

Rudy Stanley, Retired Educator

Sylvia Stanley, Retired Educator

Alma Hackett, Retired Educator

Newell E. Quinton, Retired Federal Government and U.S. Army Reserve