As the nation prepares for Black History Month, the Nat'l Civil Rights Museum celebrates its 20th anniversary with several special events.
A program at the Schomburg Center last week brought together black scholars who explored the evolution of Black Studies.
On Sunday, January 15, WNYC hosted an event that was a unique exploration of Dr. King's influence on social relations and labor justice.
The federal holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr. has taken on added
meaning for most Americans this year, as they try to make sense of the
violence in Arizona that left six people dead and a member of Congress
fighting for her life.
Despite Boston's liberal ties, blacks still view Massachusetts as a
hostile place for people of color.
Family legacies aren't unusual in the Fire Department of NY, but the Washingtons are — because they are black.
Under current economic conditions, disenfranchised Black youth are said to be in danger of falling further behind.
Moseley Braun says she intends to seek support from a broad range
of voters — not just black ones.
Former U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley Braun has become the "consensus" black
candidate in Chicago's mayoral race.
Jazz pianist and composer who helped found Jazzmobile has died at the age of 89.