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The Fire This Time Festival, the destination for early career and emerging playwrights from the African diaspora, announces its 2020 dates and playwrights in...

The Fire This Time Festival, the destination for early career and emerging playwrights from the African diaspora,...

“POWER, INFLUENCE AND HIP HOP: THE REMARKABLE RISE OF SO SO DEF” PREMIERES JULY 18 AT 10:00PM ET/9:00PM CT ON WE TV ...

The prolific career of hip hop mogul Jermaine Dupri and his indelible influence on music over the last 26 years is...

National Museum of African American Music has released the State of Black Music 2019

To celebrate Black Music Month in June, the National Museum of African American Music has released the second annual State of Black Music highlighting...

Weeksville Heritage Center Launches Public Fundraising Campaign To Avoid Closure

Weeksville Heritage Center, a one-of-a-kind historic house museum that brings to life the history of one of...

This Bud’s For You, Jackie Budweiser celebrates the Centennial of Jackie Robinson’s birth with “Impact”, a short film on the legacy of an American...

The moment Jackie Robinson walked onto Ebbets Field on April 15, 1947, he became an iconic and everlasting figure in...

Katrina McGhee’s New Book for Career Driven Women, “Be Bold. Be Brilliant. Be You.” Has Officially Hit the BEST SELLER List,

Katrina McGhee, best-selling author, career strategist and former EVP and Chief Marketing Officer of Susan G. Komen...

Harlem World – Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling

The Museum invites attendees join together to march for peace and unite with neighbors  honoring diversity and harmony...

“Wanderer” Memory Trail Honors Survivors of One of Last Slave Ships to Land in U.S.

  Trail of Interactive Exhibits on Jekyll Island Engages Visitors in Slavery-to-Freedom Journey of a  "Wanderer " Survivor - Located on the...

Obama back on the campaign trail

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We will not forget Ota Benga 

  September marks the one-year anniversary of “Ota Benga” Day in Lynchburg, VA --- a day set to remember the life of Ota Benga, a...
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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...