Ma Rainey (1886–1939), known as the “Mother of the Blues,” was one of the earliest known American professional blues singers. Ma Rainey was born Gertrude
William Grant Still
William Grant Still’s career was comprised of many ‘firsts’. He was the first African American composer to have a symphony performed by a professional orchestra
Victor Hugo Green
Victor Hugo Green was a pioneering traveler who wrote the first travel guide for African Americans in the United States. The Green Book, published in
We are kicking off the new year with our next #FirebirdFeature. January’s feature is none other than Founder and Tour Director, Kathie Schmoll! We look
Each month, Firebird Feature shines a spotlight on individuals doing big things in education, travel, or the arts. This month, we sat down with composer
Each month, Firebird Feature shines a spotlight on an individual doing big things in the arts, travel, or education. This month, we sat down with
Firebird has created numerous historical tours for diverse groups ranging from high school history students to the 555th infantry division WW2 veterans. Our 50-plus years of experience will guarantee an immersive, educational and unforgettable experience.
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Whether you pick one of our tours or a destination of your own, we delight in putting together a one of a kind experience.
Our MUN conferences are complete packages. We take care of your accommodation, meals, ground transportation and entertainment.
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Rather book your own flights? Don’t want to stay in 3 star hotels? No problem! We'll help you find exactly the right fit for your needs.