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Rev. Al Sharpton names Janaye Ingram, National Executive Director of the National Action Network

Rev. Al Sharpton, President of National Action Network, has announced that Janaye Ingram will become Acting National Director of the organization he founded in...

Jonathan A. Mason Elected 34th International President of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity

Jonathan A. Mason was elected 34th International President of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc at its 71st International Conclave. Mason, the Greek-lettered organization's current...

New exhibit, ‘Make Some Noise’ on the American Civil Rights Movement

In time for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, the Newseum opens "Make Some Noise: Students and the Civil Rights Movement," an...

Montel Williams Speaks Out for Death with Dignity in New Issue of Compassion & Choices Magazine

TV Host Calls End-of-Life Choice for Terminally Ill “Personal Decision” Emmy Award-winning television host Montel Williams advocates for end-of-life choice, including aid in dying, in...

The Women’s Leadership Forum of the Executive Leadership Council Hosts National Conference on “Potential.Purpose.Power.” at Target Field

African-American Female Executives Meet to Increase their Representation at Fortune 500 Companies and on Corporate Boards (L to R)Johnson Publishing CEO Desiree Rodgers, Linda Johnson...

Black Veterans Group Appeals for Greater Participation Requests Bigger Presence in African American History Museum

By: Charles Blatcher, III Chairman, National Veterans Coalition (510) 467-9242 Brigitte Maxey Media Relations (313) 676-0373 (Photo Attached) Charles Blatcher, III (far right) and US Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) (left) discuss...

The National Museum of African American History and Culture….

By: Charles Blatcher, III Chairman, National Veterans Coalition          The National Veterans Coalition has called on Congressman John Lewis, (D-GA) and the Congressional Black Caucus to...
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Groundbreaking Research Reveals Black And Latinx Girls Are Left Out Of Leadership Pipeline From The Start Due To Systemic Racial Bias In Schools

GIRLS LEADERSHIP, a national, educational nonprofit started in 2009, announces new findings from READY TO LEAD, a groundbreaking research study that will monumentally impact...

Black Applicants Are Far More Likely to be Denied a Mortgage, Limiting Opportunity to Live ‘The American Dream’

Despite recent growth in Black homeownership rates, Black homeowners still face many challenges and sacrifices when trying to secure their dream home.

Morehouse Alum Starts Foundation & Gives $10,000 To Empower Black ParentPreneurs

In March of 2020, at the beginning of the pandemic, James Oliver, Jr. decided to start a foundation to empower Black parents who are...

Africa: It’s Time to Confront Anti-Blackness in Asian-African Communities

According to Allafrica.com, "the history of Asian-Africans - and how they have fit into African societies - is complex and varied. Between...