Insight on the vigil to at Mount Herman African Methodist Episcopal Church.
The murder of 3 young men,Henry Smith, Samuel Hammond, Delano Middleton and the wounding of 27 young men and women in a incident on the campus of South Carolina State College, over two years before […]
We have made great progress in the fight against HIV in the United States. Annual HIV infections and diagnoses have declined in recent years as have HIV-related deaths. But the theme of 2018’s National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day – Stay the Course, the Fight is Not Over! […]
Most people are familiar with the phrase, “If you are doing what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” Well, Tanya Wallace-Gobern is one of the lucky ones doing just that. As the Executive Director of the National Black Worker Center Project, she is fulfilling her dream to serve and uplift the Black community. The National Black Worker Center Project is a fiscally sponsored project of NEO Philanthropy […]
Perhaps no other voice—or pen—captured the real life of Africans and African Americans like Lerone Bennett Jr., the former editor of EBONY and Jet magazines who died on Wednesday, February 14 at the age of 89. […]
Black Panther debuted Friday, Feb. 16 and was highly anticipated as many of us were fascinated with seeing a mainly Black cast, a rarity in Hollywood, led by Black Director, Ryan Coogler, another rarity in Hollywood. […]
Ready for a sequel? I have to admit, my buddy Don Valentine hit a home run with his inspiration for this forum. Not only is it a worthwhile exercise for the contributors, in terms of honestly analyzing their thoughts and feelings, but the reader response has been off the charts!