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Oral histories have been captured by members of the African American History Internship Project since 1986. The Dunbar Coalition, a civic group inspired by and later dedicated to the memory of Mr. Grover Banks, has also been collecting historical information about Tucson's African American community. In 1996, Louise Glogoff, from Pima Community College, and Stuart Glogoff, with the University of Arizona, met with members of these organizations to discuss building a website about Tucson's African American herita.
African Americans, Africans American, Tucson Africans, American Heritage.
African Americans, Early American, Africans American History, African American History, Tucson Africans, American Heritage.
Blacks are represented mainly in five religious denominations: Baptist, Methodist, Church of God in Christ, Church of Christ, and Apostolic, notes "African American Churches in Tucson," edited by Harry Lawson and found on the University of Arizona Library's Special Collections Web site exhibit "In the Steps of Esteban: Tucson's African American Herita.