The Continuous Commitment: African Americans in the American Red Cross


Subject:
Black Resources , Health , History , Biographies & Famous People

Description:
This exhibit highlights "a small portion of the contributions made by African Americans yesterday and today" to the American Red Cross. Some of the topics include abolitionist Frederick Douglass' participation with Clara Barton in the founding and continued efforts of the American Red Cross, African American involvement in the Red Cross during World War II, and the development of the African American HIV/AIDS Program. From the American Red Cross.

Publisher:
American Red Cross

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.redcross.org/museum/exhibits/aaexhibit.asp


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