Teaching Black History and Culture

The Thomas D. Clark Foundation

I worked with the Thomas D. Clark Foundation to design and create a fully-custom WordPress theme and website to serve as a teaching resource for the history of race and culture in the United States. From the website:

“Though integral to Kentucky’s story and to America’s, Black history and culture aren’t widely taught in our state’s public schools. Far too many students have never heard of Emmett Till, Medgar Evers, Fannie Lou Hamer or Kentucky’s own Georgia Davis Powers. Of our vagrancy laws, “sundown towns,” poll taxes or slave patrols. This failing leaves a void that contributes to bias, intolerance, and conflict.”

“It is the belief of the Thomas D. Clark Foundation that rectifying this omission must begin in Kentucky’s classrooms. As such, we are committed to supporting resources to aid teachers at all grade levels in teaching Black history and culture.”


Services and Features
  • Advanced Custom Fields
  • Automatic backups
  • Custom Website Design
  • Custom Wordpress Theme
  • Google Analytics
  • Responsive Design
  • SSL Certificate
  • Website Hosting
  • Website Security

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