REWIND: Black History – Preserving Our Legacy with Toya Coleman of That Wasn’t In My Textbook
Today’s episode is a rewind interview featuring Toya Coleman, historian, creator of Toya from Harlem and host of the That Wasn’t In My Textbook podcast.
Born and raised in Harlem, with a BA in African-American studies, Toya was inspired to create her platform as a way to capture the historical places in Harlem that were being erased in the name of gentrification. Currently, she lives in LA and has expanded her message from Harlem to cover black history nationwide.
- Visit Toya’s Website
- Follow Toya on Instagram: @toyafromharlem
- Subscribe to Toya’s YouTube Channel
- Sign up for Toya’s Newsletter
- Follow Blvck Vrchives on Instagram: @blvckvrchives
- Follow Blk Mkt Vintage on Instagram: @blkmktvintage
- Learn about The Heroines of American Black Press
- Listen to Toya’s Podcast: That Wasn’t In My Textbook
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