We are excited to showcase one of our favorite brands, Heritage Salon. If you are a southern belle who loves history, Heritage Salon is an organization you should follow. We got some insight from founder, Jada Wright-Green on their relaunch. Here are 4 things you should watch out for from them as well as some insight on their Southern connection.
- . Heritage Salon will showcase historical homes that are in the South. Many historical homes that were owned by African Americans have been preserved. Homes like the Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthplace Home, Hammond House and The Herndon Home are all located in Atlanta, Georgia.
- . Some of the most amazing African American museums are located in the South and Heritage Salon will introduce readers to them. Some of them include the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in Birmingham, AL and the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee.
- The Founder & President of Heritage Salon is Jada Wright-Greene who is a black southern belle. Jada who will highlight her southern roots, “I was raised by a true Southern Belle, my grandmother who not only taught me the do’s and don’ts of being a Southern Belle, but exposed me to history, cultural events and introduced me to my first archiving project at our local church when I was 12.”
- The name Heritage Salon is reflective of the southern historical homes that had a “salon” which is a reception room where guest were received for entertaining.
- Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) will be featured on Heritage Salon. “Archives, museums, historical homes and cultural centers are essentially at every HBCU in the country that people are not aware of. Our mission is to expose people to these secret gems to draw interest in the museum and archival field. If people of diverse backgrounds are aware, they may consider Museum Studies as a profession which will translate into a more diverse career field.”