Eating red foods on Juneteenth is tradition, as the color represents the struggle of African Americans during enslavement. Hibiscus flowers, which are native to West Africa, are dried, crushed and stewed to make tea. Continue reading Juneteenth—What Is It?
What historical July events do you know? Continue reading Ohio’s July Historical Events
The Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland is giving you the opportunity to share your experience with future generations. Continue reading Be a Part of History Today
Many restaurants and bars promote Cinco de Mayo to help bolster food and alcohol sales in the United States. Ohio is no exception. Continue reading The Cinco de Mayo Myth
The event has been postponed, due to concerns regarding the current COVID-19 health crisis. Continue reading UPDATE: PRSA Previews 50th KSU Anniversary