Black Money Talks
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Atlanta's Harcourt Fuller is a Fulbright Global Scholar and history professor at Georgia State University.
He's also a numismatist who founded the Black Money Exhibit.
It's a cache of currency from more than 80 countries in Africa, Europe and the Americas that
documents at least 10,000 years of Black history.
Sep 3rd, 2020
Interviewed for article, “On the Money - Currency, History and Representation,”
GSU Research Magazine, November 11, 2020
Wrote article, “Black Money Matters: Coins and Banknotes as
US-UK Fulbright Commission, July 23, 2020
Georgia State News Hub
With the Black Money Exhibit, associate professor Harcourt Fuller explores Black history through the lens of legal tender.
Black Money Exhibit Featuring Black Women on Money,” Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
12th Annual Black History Month Atlanta Area Black Employee Network
“Harambe Speaker Series – Black Doctor Talks,”, March 24, 2021
Black History Studies
The Black Money discussion will explore the ancient and modern history of Africa and the African Diaspora, through an examination of the images on paper money issued in Africa, Europe, the European empires, North America, Latin America, and the Caribbean.