Picturing Black History

Photographs and stories that changed the world

A collaboration of     and    

Delano Lopez

Delano Lopez received his Ph.D in Modern U.S. History from the Ohio State University in 2018. Mr. Lopez received a Bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary social sciences from Simon’s Rock College, and a Master’s degree in History from George Mason University. He has written on the representation of Native Americans in film for the American Indian Culture and Research Journal, and on Mark Twain’s debunking of phrenology for the Skeptical Inquirer. In addition to his academic work, he has written a children’s activity book, Amazing Solar System Projects You Can Build Yourself, which has recently been translated into Japanese and Korean.


Content by Delano Lopez