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Portrayed self – narrator: Basketball County: In the Water (Documentary) produced by Kevin Durant; Directors, John Beckham, Jimmy Jenkins

Gebhardt, Sarah, “Holiday Tour Focuses on Slaves: Clinton Plantation Takes a Different Tack,” Washington Post, December 11, 2003

Salmon, Jacqueline L., “A Family Bridges the ‘Digital Divide.” Washington Post, January 4, 2000

Floyd, Bianca P., “Fisk U. Receives $400,000 for Project to Put Black History Documents on Line,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 22, 1997

Floyd, Bianca P., “Scholars Are Eager to Increase Ranks of Black Studies Sites on the Internet,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 8, 1997

Alexander, Marcus, “Celebrating a milestone: Prince George’s County, Md., has a strong black legacy in its 300_year history,” Black Enterprise Magazine, April 1996

Floyd, Bianca P., Commentary: “History hits the information highway,” The Prince George’s Journal,” January 31, 1996

Bianca Floyd, recipient, Sankofa Award for significant research about African American communities, institutions, and culture in Prince George’s County. The Juneteenth Heritage Association of Prince George’s County, “Festival of Freedom” Awards Dinner, June 30, 1995

Dawkins, Tracy L., “Floyd Leaves County’s Black History Project: Historian sets her sights on communications career.” Prince George’s Post, July 13, 1989

Owens, Darryl Elwood, “Neighbor of the Week: Floyd Traces County Past,” The Prince George’s Post, January 19, 1989

Bianca P. Floyd, recipient, “Pioneer Award,” presented by the Prince George’s County Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1989

Bianca P. Floyd, founder and first president, African American Historical Society of Prince George’s County, Maryland 1989

Reeves, Tracey A., “Filling in the Blanks of Black History in P. G.: New Book Chronicles Story Over Centuries,” The Washington Post, May 26, 1988

Bianca P. Floyd, author, “Records & Recollections, Early Black History in Prince George’s County, Maryland, published by Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission, Department of Parks and Recreation, History Division, 1988, [hardcover, 120 pages]

Bianca P. Floyd, recipient, “Writing, Research & Video Award,” presented by the Maryland Recreation and Parks Association, Annual Meeting, 1988

Floyd, Bianca P., “A quiet crusade has been launched to make blacks aware that their history is part of county’s history,” The Maryland Hawk, April 25, 1985

Floyd, Bianca P., “State funds sought to restore historic fraternal lodge.” The Maryland Hawk, March 21, 1985

“Black History in Prince George’s County,” remarks by Honorable Steny H. Hoyer of Maryland, Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates of the 99th Congress, First Session Vol. 131 No. 6, Washington, Monday, January 28, 1985

Vobejda, Barbara, “A Tale of Two Small Maryland Towns Out of Another Era,” The Washington Post, April 24, 1984

Brenda Caggiano, “Bianca Floyd is fighting to keep black history from fading,” The Prince George’s County Sentinel, August 26, 1983

Wynter, Leon, “Uncovering Historic Black Sites,” The Washington Post, August 3, 1983

Bianca P. Floyd, Founder and first president, University of Maryland College Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1976