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Why African Immigrants Should Celebrate Black History Month

Commemorating Black History Month should be central to all African Immigrants.
Orit Mohamed
 • 2 months ago

3 Ways To Improve Education About Slavery In The US

"When it comes to dealing with slavery, textbooks often use inadequate or inaccurate descriptions."
The Conversation
 • 2 months ago

How Howard Thurman Met Gandhi And Brought Nonviolence To The Civil Rights Movement

Thurman chose a less direct path as an interpreter of nonviolence and a resource for activists who were on the front lines of the struggle.
The Conversation
 • 2 months ago

Here's Why There Is No White History Month

Since you always asking.
Joy Mohammed
 • 2 months ago

Here’s Why I Think A Black Woman President Is Exactly What We Need

"We need a candidate that will empower those often ignored."
Kamaria Monmouth
 • 2 months ago

Captain John 'Jack' Lyle, One Of The Last Surviving Tuskegee Airmen, Passes Away At 98

John "Jack" Lyle built a powerful legacy before passing Saturday.
Michael M. Butler
 • 3 months ago

60 Years Of Alvin Ailey: Artistic Directors Tell The History Of The Iconic Theater As It Celebrates Its Golden Anniversary

Artistic Directors, Judith Jamison and Robert Battle tells why Alvin Ailey is Black gold.
Ida Harris
 • 3 months ago

I Dig Through Archives To Unearth Hidden Stories From African-American History

"The Slave Societies Digital Archive documents the lives of approximately 6 million free and enslaved Africans, their descendants, and the indigenous, European and Asian people with whom they interacted."
The Conversation
 • 4 months ago

Harlem Post Office Will Now Be Known As The Tuskegee Airmen Post Office

"We needed this," said former Harlem representative Chuck Rangel.
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • 4 months ago

Ovide Duncantell, Creator Of The First MLK Day Parade, Has Passed Away

He died on October 25 at 82 years old.
Ashleigh Atwell
 • 4 months ago

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