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Reports, 2005

Kentucky. African American Heritage Commission

Reports, 2010

Kentucky. African American Heritage Commission

Reports, 2007

Kentucky. African American Heritage Commission

Kentucky African American Heritage Commission (KAAHC) was formally established February 10, 1994, by Executive Order 94-145a to "promote awareness of significant African-American influences within the historical and cultural experiences of Kentucky" (enabling legislation KRS. 171.800). Under this legislation, the KAAHC's mission is to identify and promote awareness of significant African American influences on the history and culture of Kentucky and to support and encourage the preservation of Kentucky African American heritage and historic sites. The commission has 19 members appointed by the Governor and includes representatives from the state's major universities, state agencies, community preservation organizations, and interested citizens. The commission is administratively attached to the Kentucky Heritage Council, with the council providing staff assistance and program oversight.

Report, August 2007

Kentucky. African American Heritage Commission

Report, February 2010

Kentucky. African American Heritage Commission

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