There are more than 200 sites along the Black History trail of Washington, DC. With a few special guests, we're exploring some of them.
Kenny Burns, owner of KB Tours and Black History specialist tells us about some hidden gems and little known facts of Washington, DC.
Nathan Johnson, Supervisory Park Ranger provides takes us inside the Frederick Douglass Home.
Frank Smith, director of the African American Civil War Museum shares stories of the United States Colored Troops.
Nazim Ali, owner of Ben's Chili Bowl gives us a taste of history at this landmark restaurant.
Host and Travel Pro
Brittany Omoleye-Hall, Park Ranger give us insight on Frederick Douglass' culinary views and experiences as a slave and statesman
The Black History Trail
THE CULTURE REPORT
All that jazz in South Africa - Jazz comes to Johannesburg. Will also visit Johannesburg, Soweto, Pilanesburg & Capetown!
Heard on H.U.R. Voices, Sirius XM Channel #141 | Saturday's at 11am CT
Encore shows | Monday's at 5pm CT, Wednesday's and Thursday's at 8am CT
WHUR heads to Cuba for its 2017 World Tour. This "People to People" program explores the Afro Cuban history and heritage.