Christ Universal Temple Church had the honor of hosting the Black Heritage Exhibition this past weekend. The exhibit included multiple
There aren’t many festivals that can bring the complete essence of black music and culture to the forefront in one
The Philadelphia Tribune had a large crowd of supporters on hand for their 2014 Christopher J Perry/Carter G. Woodson Black
Rolling out sat down to talk to noted black actor and author Charles Reese about his work on the life
On Sunday, Feb. 22, 2014, at St. Luke Community U.M.C., the congregation witnessed living history. We were blessed with profound
St. Luke Community United Methodist Church is bringing Black History to Dallas with two extraordinary events. Congressman John Lewis is
An interesting note about the history of African American bondage brings up the little known figure of Jupiter Hammon. Hammon
For all of the attention that the Ed Sullivan appearance garnered, it wasn't America's very first introduction to the Beatles.
Pullman Porters made up an integral part of the emerging middle class fabric. These professionals were to the sleeping
(This story was originally published on April 1, 2013) As reported earlier this week, the world stood still as Nelson
Henry Louis Gates Jr. hopes that his latest PBS documentary,” The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross,“ will not only educate the
The term “Big Six“ refers to the active leaders of civil rights organizations during the height of the African-American Civil
This week marks the 50th Anniversary of the historic 1963 March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have
Future offered a different perspective on Lil Wayne's controversial lyrics, intentions and the aftermath.
In honor of Black History, “Love and Hip Hop’s” Consequence and his son Caiden channel surf through some
African Americans have made numerous contributions to America and the world — too many to list singly. As Black History Month draws
There are many brilliant minds that helped craft the canon of black music--and popular music, in general.
“After freedom you know colored people didn’t have nothing."--- 101 year-old former slave Fountain Hughes
As much as African Americans love sports and watch football, it’s hard to believe that no one ever praises the