Multicultural Heritage in Philadelphia PA

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  • 247 S. Camac St. Philadelphia, PA 19107-5609
    Founded by sculptor Blanche Dillaye to foster interest in the arts, this is the oldest art club for women in continuous existence in the US.
  • P.O. Box 8193 Philadelphia, PA 19101-8193
    Get four centuries worth of the Philadelphia Story! Ph.D. students from the Univeristy of Pennsylvania will guide you on an exploration of African-American, Jewish, literary, cultural, and...
  • 524 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19103
    The President's House Commemorative Site, erected just steps away from the Liberty Bell Center and Independence Hall, serves as a permanent, outdoor installation that honors the memory of the...
  • 1701 N. 13th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122-6011
    This research library focuses on African-American history and culture. The library features a large collection of African-American newspapers dating from late 19th century, paper, and microfilm files.
  • 244 S. 12th St Philadelphia, PA 19107-5638
    This long overdue historical marker does not fully capture the significance of William Still's story. He was one of the two or three most important figures in the history of the Underground...
  • 1722 Cecil B Moore Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19121-3231
    n 1919 Dr. Melissa Thompson Coppin, an African-American physician, worked with a group of church women to establish an organization to help with the relocation needs of African-American migrants...
  • 123 S. Broad St, Ste 1399 Philadelphia, PA 19109-1036
    Women's Way raises money and public awareness to fight for and achieve women's equality, safety, self-sufficiency and reproductive freedom through women-centered funding, advocacy and education. ...
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