KUT 90.5 in Austin, Texas is featuring the Black Classicists in Texas project, an in person and online exhibition that recovers the hidden history of early Black educators and classicists in central Texas. You can read interviews here with Professors Pramit Chaudhuri and Ayelet Haimson Lushkov, and with Gregg Farrar, great, great grandson of R.S. Lovinggood, chair of the Greek and Latin department at Wiley College and the first president of Sam Huston College.
You can explore resources on the Black Classicists in Texas website, and visit the exhibitions at the Benson Collection at the University of Texas at Austin, Huston-Tillotson University, and the Carver Museum.
The project is sponsored by Humanities Texas, Mellon Foundation, Society for Classical Studies (Ancient Worlds, Modern Communities initiative), and, at the University of Texas at Austin, the Office of the Vice President for Research, the Office of the Vice Provost for Diversity, and the Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services.