Last week, Harry Belafonte was the keynote speaker at City College's annual Black History Month celebration.
Former President Clinton joined the eight living members of the
Little Rock Nine to dedicate an exhibit in the Clinton
The nation's blacks are leaving big cities in the Northeast and Midwest
at the highest levels in decades, returning to fast-growing states in
the once-segregated South in search of better job opportunities and
quality of life.
The world's oldest intercollegiate fraternity founded
by African American men, Alpha Phi Alpha, just established its 1st chapter
in South Africa.
It is a fact. Black players in baseball are dwindling. And now Major League Baseball (MLB) plans to try and change this trend.
According to new research, minorities
account for about 15 percent of the nearly 2 million home-schooled
students in the country.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s oldest son is reportedly interested in becoming a minority owner of the NY Mets.
What do Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Prince, West African cocoa
producers and Dylan Lauren have in common? Chocolate.
Game Changers seeks to highlight the many positive untold
stories about black males in America.
Now that the world has heard all the promises to keep Dr. King’s dream
alive, let’s see how long we go
before another outbreak of violence.