Georgetown Law’s Center on Poverty and Inequality released a new study revealing a significant bias against Black girls starting as early as...
Baby boomers often peg their coming of age to the Civil Rights Movement and the Motown sound. Alberta Momon was finishing college...
Imagine standing on the stage in front of Simon Cowell, the famously irascible judge of shows like American Idol and America’s Got...
Photos Courtesy: The Museum of African American History and Culture
One of the most persistent questions raised by all Americans is “Where did my...
Vikki Newton interviews Dr. Robert Williams on the use of ebonic’s with students.
50 years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, there are many who...
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Grab a Book and “Read to Lead”
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Another Police Officer Acquitted
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