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In honor of African American History Month, the College of Public Service and the Center for Public Service would like to
recognize the work of the African American
Heritage Preservation Foundation (AAHPF). Established in 1994 by E. Renée Ingram,
the AAHPF was created to help preserve, maintain, and raise awareness about
endangered or little-known African American historical sites located in the
Southeast and Mid-Atlantic United States. The organization offers resources to
community groups, preservationists, genealogical and historical societies, not-for-profit
organizations, and government groups looking for help in preserving African
American historical sites and history.
Ingram began the foundation as a result of efforts she had
made to preserve her family’s cemetery. The cemetery had become endangered but
was eventually placed on the Commonwealth of Virginia Landmarks Register and
the National Register of Historic Places. Through grants and partnerships with
museums, universities, national parks and preservations organizations, and
councils, the AAHPF is able to assist in the preservation of African American
heritage by offering historical research, renovations, or repairs required in
preserving historic sites.
The organization works on projects that raise awareness or
funds to help preserve the grounds or structures of historic schools,
districts, religious institutions, or other important African American heritage
home sites. The AAHPF has also helped establish historic highway markers in
honor of notable African American historical figures.
AAHPF has also offered workshops for educators, architects,
designers, preservationists, and urban planners. These workshops offer an opportunity
for participants to explore the historic fabric of Washington, DC to help
develop K-12 curricula. One of their previous workshops was conducted at three
locations: Howard University's School of Architecture and Design, the Thurgood
Marshall Center for Service and Heritage, and the Anacostia Public Library.
of Public Service students, teachers, middle school students, communities,
or others interested in the AAHPF or in preserving an African American
historical site can visit the AAHPF online at http://www.aahpfdn.org/
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