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Earlier this month, The Outlook reported on Orlando Withers, the Alexander City native commemorating a local African-American icon a day on his Facebook page in... [Read More]
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The problem was not her credentials. Nannie Helen Burroughs had graduated with honors from the prestigious M Street High School in the nation's capital. Nor... [Read More]
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Bite of Brown continues with a stop at Gurlie's Lemonade in Tallahassee. It's a week-long effort, shining a light on African-American owned businesses.. [Read More]
Harris County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth said while she feels a great sense of accomplishment being elected the first African American female to the clerk's office,... [Read More]
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Florence Price is getting a lot more attention than she did during her lifetime. [Read More]
The Executive Committee for African American Cultural Events hosted an inaugural Black History Month celebration. [Read More]
The lawsuit filed Friday by the nonprofit Boston Parent Coalition for Academic Excellence alleges that the Boston Public Schools' admissions policy for acceptance to the... [Read More]
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An exhibit on the life of the first African-American heavyweight boxing champion came to the city to celebrate Black History Month and African-Americans' contributions to... [Read More]
An exhibit on the life of the first African-American heavyweight boxing champion came to the city to celebrate Black History Month and African-Americans' contributions to... [Read More]
During this Black History Month, you might be surprised at whom I'd pick as my all-time African American hero. My greatest inspiration comes from my... [Read More]
SHREVEPORT, La- Saturday at Sci-Port, four African American historic figures and trailblazers were celebrated through actors performing monologues to celebrate Black History Month with the... [Read More]
Keep at it. Those few words from his maternal grandmother have been a driving force behind the work ethic of the longest-serving African American in... [Read More]
Sixth District Congressman Jim Clyburn said he and the longest-serving African American state lawmaker gelled in many ways, including their love for the state and... [Read More]
John Chase, who passed away in 2012, was a trailblazer for African Americans in Texas. He was the first African American to enroll and graduate... [Read More]
The new documentary captures Fluvanna's unique African-American history, reflecting on issues of the past and present. [Read More]
At a virtual lecture Thursday, the Extreme History Project in Bozeman featured Sarah Bickford, an African American woman who lived in Virginia City before Montana... [Read More]
The ongoing threat of the COVID-19 pandemic could not prevent local African American leaders from honoring the "unsung heroes" of Long Island's black and brown... [Read More]
On Friday, NASA celebrated the agency's first African American female engineer, Mary W. Jackson, with a ceremony to formally name the agency's headquarters building in... [Read More]
WJZ is proud to sponsor the Oratory Contest held during Black History Month, where students from across the state choose a quote from significant figures... [Read More]
About the webinar: This roundtable discussion, hosted by Civil + Human Rights and Equity Department (LA Civil Rights) & Councilmember Mark Ridley Thomas will bring... [Read More]
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