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Dinner 1865

A #Juneteenth celebration like no other. Featuring #blackculinarytalent and fare. Tuesday, June 19, 2018. #WashingtonDC Hosted by 1865 Experience

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Stand for Something or Fall for Anything... Super shout out to @badgalriri for taking a #stand for @kaepernick7 still not signed... Jay said NO to the Super Bowl but still filled the stadiums 🙌🏾 #1865way #blackculture #shinebright 🖤🖤

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A Domestic Cook Book Paw Paw, Michigan, 1866, Mrs. Malinda Russell Only Copy Known of First African-American Cookbook There are no known images of #MalindaRussell who wrote this #cookbook to rebuild her business after her pastry shoppe was stolen and destroyed by white men in Tennessee. #blackculinaryhistory #blackfoodies #foodfacts #blackchefs #blackcookbookwriters #blackhistory #dinner1865

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On September 3, 1838, abolitionist, journalist, author, and human rights advocate Frederick Douglass made his dramatic escape from slavery—traveling north by train and boat—from Baltimore, to Delaware, to Philadelphia. #SlaveLabor #UnpaidLabor #LaborDay #OnThisDay #freedom

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How Exciting is this... 💣💣💣 #Blackchefs #BlackBusiness #blackrestauranteurs

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Thank you #Aretha Rest well, Queen.

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Tea rooms in African-American communities in the teens, 20s, and 30s, frequently hosted important social events. Community leaders hailed them as badly needed establishments. Groups such as the NAACP Women’s Auxiliary, black sports writers, and the Negro Business League held luncheons and dinners at tea rooms. (Photo & history via Jan Whitaker, historian) #blackculinaryhistory #tearooms #blackfoodies #tea #blackhistory #janwhitaker #dinner1865 #foodfacts #washingtondc

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Happy Birthday #JamesBaldwin Author and activist, James Baldwin, born in New York, New York. He is most well known for his novels, "Go Tell It on the Mountain" and "Giovanni's Room." #jamesbaldwin #blackhistory #blackwriters #blackjournalist #blackexcellence #dinner1865

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George Crum, born George Speck in 1822 in Saratoga Lake, New York, was the son of a Native American mother and an African American father (i.e. black) and a trapper turned head chef. Inventor of the potato chip. #blackculinaryhistory #potatochips #dinner1865 #blackfoodies #georgecrum #foodies #culinaryhistory #blackchefs #blackhistory

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You were there with us at every step of the way, and we are grateful. Thank you for filling #giftbags and providing #libation and #spirits and for #mediacoverage and for #donations and for #eating and #dancing and being an important partner in this inaugural #dinner1865 #event #ThankYou (multiple posts) #Partners @donnellkearney @effenvodka @benseverything @dcitysmokehouse @jrsol #seventhtribedigital #marlenabrown @capcitybev @miolowinegroup @blindwhino @uncpress @arkrepublic @cuisinenoir @unclenearest @rubyscoopsic @whitneystringerpr @jiffymixes #swipeleft #morecoming

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“The Fourth of July is yours, not mine. You may rejoice, I must mourn.” Frederick Douglass “Fifth of July Speech” to the Ladies Anti-Slavery Society in Rochester’s Corinthian Hall in 1852. #juneteenth #july5 #freedom #emancipation #frederickdouglass #instaquote

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We are soooo Excited for our 2019 Dinner1865 experience... #planningNow #planningprocess #dinner1865 #juneteenth #allblackeverything #blackexcellence

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