By Philip SpiresSome concordances are planned, such as a book on the siege during a visit to Vienna or a Janacek opera in Brno. Others happen by chance, and these are more likely than first glances might suggest, though not less surprising when th
Hip Hop Hackathon: Media and Tech experts, Data 360 and Urbanime, join forces to accelerate people of color into careers in STEM and Tech
Data 360 and Urbanime are pleased to announce the creation of Hip Hop Hackathon which will kick-off via a two-day event on February 8 and 9 that launches a season of events between Black History month and Juneteenth 2022 that bring together innovatoRead more…
Elijah Muhammad House Museum: Urban Historic Preservation of the Former Home of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad
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Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Donates $50,000 to the NAACP, Funding James Weldon Johnson Scholarship for students commitment to social justice and community engagement
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. will donate $50,000 to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's (NAACP) to fund the new James Weldon Johnson Scholarship, the fraternity announced today. The fraternity's International Presiden
#LyricsMatter: What are the lyrics conveying? What's the energy? Can listeners move forward? Our Children Are Listening!
Kenny Lattimore and Boney James
OUR YOUTH ARE LISTENING!
OUR YOUTH ARE WATCHING!
OUR YOUTH ARE READING!
OUR YOUTH ARE DANCING!
YES, OUR YOUTH PAY ATTENTION TO WHAT ADULTS AROU
Los Angeles: Oprah Winfrey Leads Several Major Philanthropists In Funding Scholarships To South LA Residents Via SoLa Impact's CORE Fund
South LA Forward initiative, a collaboration between SoLa I Can Foundation, SEE-LA and Watts Healthcare Corporation, anRead more…
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent social distancing orders, The Citizen Science Lab, a nonprofit organization focused on STEM (ScienRead more…
Black Kids Swim Launches New Webseries "The Gorée Project" to Unite African Americans and Senegalese Through a 3.5 Mile Open Water Swimming Competition
Black Kids Swim Inc., the world's leading resource for Black competitive swimmers, launchedRead more…
“A Black Man Survivor’s Guide” - a candid discussion of various modern cultural realities and their effects on African American culture
Kenneth Green is an ordained minister, church founder, entrepreneur, and father of three boys who has worked as a professional mentor, educator, and prison instructor and is active in his church. He has published his new book “A Black Man Survivor’sRead more…
“Towards the De-Miseducation of the African-American” - A thought-provoking review of significant events in the racial history of twenty-first century USA, by Dwight Mosley
Dwight Mosley is a career educator who has taught in the public school systems of New York City, Chicago, Hartford, Minneapolis, and others, has served as head of General Management programs in the Chicago City College system, and was an adjunct prof
Who Were the Most Passionate and Determined Fighters for Freedom?
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The Afro-American Liberation League (AALL) was a revolutionary mass organization that fought for self-determination —Read more…
The best way for black people to build wealth is with home ownership. If you’re renting, you’re not building any equity; you’re merely increasing the wealth of your landlord.
Property ownership passed down to your descendants is how you generationalRead more…
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