Praising the Past
The Middle Passage
The Other Side
November 9 – November 22, 2016
Middle Passage Project Finds More Arrival Sites
To date, the Project has participated in promoting this history at 24 sites in the United States.
Troops Say White Nationalism is Greater Threat to Nation Than ISIS Conflicts
Troops rate White nationalism as a larger national security threat than Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, according to a new Military Times poll.
MVP George Springer lll Ties to the NAACP
George Springer III, World Series Champion, Most Valuable Player is the grandson of celebrated NAACP branch leader, George Springer Sr.
October 25 - November 8, 2017
The State of Housing in Black America: Own the House, Rent the Car
One of the concerns of Mark Alston, Chairman of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers Political Action Committee, is the inability of Black millennials to purchase a home because of their low credit ratings.
Are You Now or Have You Ever Been
If you are curious or a fan of Langston Hughes or poetry this is a must see performance.
5 Easy Ways to Make Any Marriage Better
"Lovehacking involves a deliberate effort to see the beautiful underneath the anger and disappointment and boredom."
October 12 - October 25, 2017
Our Indian Money
With a full-house audience, Sam Ford recalled growing up in Coffeyville, Kansas, where he often heard his mother and grandmother speak of “our Indian money.”
Two Huge Things People Get Wrong About Retirement
The cause may be mismatched expectations.
Pence Heaps Misguided Praise on Moore
Speaking of Muslims, envision this guy saying (African-American) U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, a Minnesota Democrat, should not have been seated in Congress because he’s a Muslim.
September 28 - October 11, 2017
Black Slaves, Red Masters with Sam Ford
One of the descendents of Cherokee human property is Sam Ford, general assignment reporter for Washington, D.C.’s ABC7/News Channel 8.
“Abandoning this long-overdue tribute would be a grave mistake,” Marc H. Morial. President and CEO, National Urban League.
Right-Wing Sinclair Broadcast Group Cancels Series, Saying "No Longer Fits"
Tribune CEO Peter Kern announced that its acclaimed series, “Underground,” “no longer fits with our new direction” and was being dropped.
September 14 - September 27, 2017
The Creation of God by Harmonia Rosales
Harmonia Rosales' re-imaging of Michelangelo's "The Creation of Adam," featuring both Adam and God as Black women struck a chord with people.
New Mississippi Museum Faces the State’s Racism
The names of every person known to have been lynched in Mississippi will be etched into columns throughout the museum.
A Port of Harlem Fall at the Alexandria Black History Museum
Sam Ford, general assignment reporter for Washington, D.C.’s ABC7/News Channel 8, talks about being a descendant of Africans owned by Native Americans.
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