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The two African-American artists are gaining more recognition... [Read More]
Bakari Sellers will be the keynote speaker at the Volusia County Democratic Black Caucus banquet.Sellers, who now practices law and is a political commentator at... [Read More]
Court Square Theater is presenting the historical drama "SELMA" on Monday evening to celebrate Black History Month. Following Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., "SELMA" narrates... [Read More]
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The role African American women played in bringing about the passage of the 19th Amendment was outlined at Thursday's meeting of the Berks Democratic Women... [Read More]
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The OU College of Medicine renamed a student study area at a ceremony in honor of the first African American woman in the U.S. to... [Read More]
Users had a strong reaction over the controversial depiction of Charlie Brown's friend, Franklin Armstrong, the first African American character created for the 'Peanuts' strip. [Read More]
Film experts talk about the past, present and future of black film... [Read More]
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The Aquarium of the Pacific is celebrating black history month with the 18th annual African-American Festival this weekend. [Read More]
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"I tell people all the time Penn State has been the launch pad for me," said Bluford, 77, who now resides in Cleveland with his... [Read More]
Bob Petty was one of the station's first African-American on-air personalities at WLS-Ch. 7, where he spent more than 30 years as a reporter and... [Read More]
Monica Miller claimed she was forced into leadership role as "token" African American woman. [Read More]
Ray Radigan, curator of the Memorial Hall Museum, joined us in honor of Hidden History Month to share with us the story of Lucy Terry.... [Read More]
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We take a look at the National Museum of African American Music set to open in Nashville this summer. [Read More]
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