Savannah’s Black community is the oldest in Georgia and its history is one of the most significant in the nation.
Michael Jackson has a chance to win artist of the year posthumously at the American Music Awards.
Mattel has launched a new line of black Barbie dolls with fuller lips, a wider nose and more pronounced cheek bones — a far cry from Christie, Barbie's black friend who debuted in the 1960s and was essentially a white doll painted brown.
Alicia Keys has influenced many lives with her soulful, heartaching piano-driven songs for almost a decade.
You can't see it, but there's a quiet cultural revolution under way at the White House.
From the Gateway Arch to the Old Courthouse, thriving St. Louis is continuously showing off the contributions of people of African descent.
Opening night for the Boston Symphony Orchestra will feature a tribute to retiring harpist Ann Hobson Pilot, the orchestra's first and only African-American woman.
If James Brown was the hardest-working man in show business, Vickie Winans should at least merit some consideration for the title of hardest-working woman.