Praising the Past
The Middle Passage
The Other Side
August 30 – September 12, 2018
Black Women – Claiming a Seat at the Table
"How do we create a seat for Black women at every decision table?" was the question posed by Glynda Carr.
Afro–American Historical and Genealogical Society Convenes
African–American history and genealogical enthusiasts are set to meet at their annual convention October 11– 13 in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 30–minutes from Philadelphia.
Aretha Franklin Stamp 2021?
Whoopi Goldberg, a co–host of "The View," urged her TV audience to flood the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee with letters.
August 30 – September 12, 2018
An Obama Legacy: Second Chance Pell Grant
If you could only see how some students acted before we started, it would amaze you. Education has made all of us better problem solvers," Troy says.
New America: Bayard Rustin School Opens | Genderless Bathrooms in North KC
The opening of school is revealing more signs that America is open to teaching how to become more inclusive.
Mosaic Theater Was Taken to Church
Besides the feel–good music, I ate up every word spoken during the 100–minute, no intermission play. Diane Mohr is the ticket winner. See article for new ticket drawing.
August 16 – August 29, 2018
Managing Diabetes with Fitness
At 68-years-old, my mother could have allowed diabetes to debilitate her life.
What's Happening With HR40 / Commission on Slavery and the University of Virginia?
With Conyers having stepped down over allegations of sexual misconduct, Representative Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) has become the bill's sponsor.
Port Of Harlem is Free, But . . .
However, if you want to contribute to Port Of Harlem, instead, we hope that you will contribute to the Port Of Harlem Gambian Education Partnership (POHGEP).
August 2 – August 15, 2018
President Barack Obama's Birthday Celebration
The party is free, a family–friendly event and will take place on his actual birthday from 10a–2p.
Will Abrams and Jealous Break the Mold?
The Spellman College graduate may actually be in a stronger position to win the governorship in conservative Georgia than Ben Jealous is in liberal Maryland.
Young Progressive Female Candidates Talk About The #MeToo Movement
Four young progressive women running for office in battleground states joined People For the American Way's Next Up Victory Fund for a National Press Club discussion.
July 19 – August 01, 2018
Ebenezer AME’s Heritage Weekend Worked Hard to Connect Us
Reverend Lukata Mjumbe emphasized that entertainment industry images affect our opinions and he offered proof that "Christianity is not a White man’s religion."
POHGEP – Creating Connections and Hope with Gambians
We have already raised $1,350, or 40 percent, of the $3,370 we need to complete our work for 2018. We need your donation before Saturday, September 1.
Opinion: Slavery: What They Didn't Teach in My High School
African slaves transported by Arabs across the Sahara Desert died more often than slaves making the Middle Passage to the New World by ship.
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