A list of African American places that preservation grants

This is a list of historic sites receiving grants from the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund, an effort by the National Trust for Historic Preservation:

— August Wilson House, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

— African American Homesteader Sites in locations across the Great Plains.

— Buffalo Soldiers at Yosemite, Yosemite, California.

— Civil Rights Sites of Birmingham, including the 16th Street Baptist Church, Bethel Baptist Church, and Colored Masonic Temple.

— Freedom House Museum and Virginia National Urban League Headquarters, Alexandria, Virginia.

— The Grand Old Lady, Washington, D.C.

— Historic Roxbury, Boston, Massachusetts.

— John and Alice Coltrane Home, Huntington, New York.

— Mars Hill Anderson Rosenwald School, Marshall, North Carolina.

— Mary and Eliza Freeman Houses, Bridgeport, Connecticut.

— Mountain View Black Officers Club, Fort Huachuca, Arizona.

— Shockoe Bottom, Richmond, Virginia.

— South Side Community Arts Center, Chicago, Illinois.

— Tuskegee University Rosenwald School Program, Tuskegee, Alabama.

— Weeksville's Hunterfly Row Houses, Brooklyn, New York

— Wilfandel Clubhouse, Los Angeles, California.