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NPR's Rachel Martin talks to political strategist Lauren Harper and Janet Murguia of the Latino advocacy group UnidosUS about Nevada's Latino voters and South Carolina's... [Read More]
One of the main complaints from African American liberals regarding the Democratic presidential debates have been their lack of attention on real issues facing African... [Read More]
The topic of the community meeting — a plan to beautify 52nd Street, to make it safe, welcoming, and prosperous once again — was, on... [Read More]
The Wilmington.tours app now offers the 32-stop tour that highlights more than 200 years of African-American history... [Read More]
"Celebrating Black Excellence" event brings students together to paint and highlight contributions. [Read More]
A proposal to create the Shenandoah Valley African American History Center in New Market has come under fire over concerns that it doesn't have input... [Read More]
Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture Guest Associate Curator Krewasky Salter discusses African American soldiers in WWI and how their experiences served... [Read More]
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In honor of African American history and the life of Langston Hughes, who would have turned 118 on Feb. 2, these poems celebrate the heart... [Read More]
The scene was familiar — the tears, the applause, the crown — but it was also something new. ... [Read More]
For the first time, the largest police departments operating in the city of Tulsa are led by African American men. [Read More]
Alan Wheat was elected as the first African American US congressman for Kansas City, Missouri, in 1982, became the youngest member to ever join the... [Read More]
The 7th signal command on Fort Gordon hosted a Black History Month program Thursday to recognize the achievements made by many African-American leaders. [Read More]
CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) — Dr. Ethel Caffie-Austin brought authentic African-American gospel music to audiences throughout West Virginia, the United States and beyond. She is West Virginia’…... [Read More]
The African American Chamber of Commerce is inching closer to opening up its new co-working space on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. [Read More]
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As we celebrate Black History month, we take a look at African American arts in the Bay Area – from a well known fine arts... [Read More]
The Community Improvement Program will present a Cultural Expo, February 22 at McMichael Middle School on Southeast Stallings Drive in Nacogdoches. ... [Read More]
The Democratic governor was recorded years ago laughing it up with then-Gov. Rod Blagojevich about possible successors for Barack Obama's U.S. Senate seat and critiquing... [Read More]
In this presumably enlightened modern era, people of color are often invisible in films beyond being portrayed with the usual hoary stereotypes, and remain seriously... [Read More]
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