It’s an honor awarded to a select few African-American icons. John
H. Johnson, publisher of Jet and Ebony, will be immortalized
w/ his own stamp.
The Union's 1st Black hero of the Civil War wasn't one of the soldiers of the 54th Regiment, depicted in "Glory," but rather a merchant ship's
In Confederate circles, John Scobell was considered just another slave. But he was not a slave at all.
Freedom Riders now have a museum at the old bus station where they were confronted by an angry
Charles Reed Jr. is skipping his college graduation ceremony to retrace the original 1961
John Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry in 1859 was among the most memorable incidents of the Civil War.
Black inventors in science and technology are just as prominent and visible now as they were in the past.
The U.Va. has acquired an anti-slavery manifesto that was considered a rallying cry for black
The duplex that served as sanctuary to the Robinsons is being recognized by the U.S. government.
The story of how Washington became the "blackest name" begins with
slavery and takes a sharp turn.