African American business enterprises
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection documents the work and history of the Council for Equal Business Opportunity (CEBO), an organization that provided free programs to assist minority-owned and small businesses in Baltimore, Maryland. The records in the collection span between 1968 and 2003. Materials are mainly textual and include organizational records, meeting minutes, by-laws, correspondence, financial records, project files including case presentations, Loan Review Committee minutes, and the Marc and Irv Blum...
Abstract Eva Anderson was the artistic director of the Baltimore Dance Theater, which later became Eva Anderson Dancers, Ltd. Anderson’s choreography aimed to perpetuate American dance with a special emphasis African-American dance forms. The Dance Theater performed primarily in Baltimore and the Maryland area, but also traveled around the U.S. and the world. One of Anderson’s dances, “The Elephant,” was originally performed at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Zoo in Washington, D.C. This...
Dates: circa 1970-2016
Abstract John Taylor, or “The Kinderman,” was an educator, singer, dancer, and children’s television star based in Maryland. His work focused on bringing song, dance, and art to children through his television shows “It’s Kindertime” and “The Kinderman Show,” and through community events and workshops around the Maryland region. This collection consists of a portion of John “Kinderman” Taylor’s educational materials, awards, newspaper clippings, photographs, and other records relating to his career and...
Dates: circa 1970-2018