Wilmington in Color - Part 2: History in Action

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Wilmington in Color - Part 2: History in Action

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Support The Port wants to help teach the children of today that they can do anything they put their minds to. We want to make sure that the legacy of excellence left by courageous, smart, and talented African American citizens of Wilmington, (past and present) lives on forever. To that end, we have partnered with local historians, teachers, and artists to create a coloring book about the rich African American Heritage of Wilmington, North Carolina.


This activity book is filled with Wilmington’s African American monumental landmarks and people. Each illustration comes with a story of glory that will motivate and inspire anyone reading it.  We hope that readers will enjoy bringing the illustrations created by Haji P (Glow Academy Art Teacher) to life with color, while learning about the heritage of Wilmington’s Superheroes. After you’re done coloring and reading about Wilmington’s African American heritage, challenge yourself to answer the questions we have listed in the back of the book. We hope you will continue your journey of learning about Wilmington’s rich heritage. 


Credit: Haji P, GLOW Academy; Janna Robertson, UNCW; Jan Davidson, Cape Fear Museum;  Laura Butler, Williston Middle School; Anne Breenerman, Cameron Art Museum; Florence Warren, Williston Senior High School Alumna;  Cynthia J. Brown, Local Historian & Wilmington Native

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