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national black theater festival
December 20, 2018 – January 2, 2019
frank scott jr

Another Confederate Capital Falls into Black Hands

When Frank Scott, Jr. becomes mayor of Little Rock, Arkansas New Years Day 2019, he will become one of seven descendents of enslaved Africans currently leading a capital city of a state that fought to hold his ancestors in bondage.

The Nine New Democratic Black Congress Members Come From Heavily White Districts

What's unusual about the nine new members is that all of them prevailed in predominantly White and mostly suburban districts. Five of the nine are women.
cindy hyde-smith

Getting Ready for 2020 Dog Whistles, White Identity Politics, and More

The goal of the Race–Class Narrative project is to develop stories and talking points to counter racially and economically divisive tactics that use racism as a strategy to divide working people and poor people from one another.
black memorabilia show
Musée des Civilisations Noires

Senegal Opens New Museum That Rivals DC's Black History Museum

The museum presents the diaspora communities, such as in Brazil, the United States, and the Caribbean, as African civilizations in their own right.
pbs young muslim film series

Film Shorts by Young Muslim

Over the course of three summers, 44 youth from 6 cities were given the essential tools and taught script writing and video production by Muslim filmmakers and taught how to tell their own stories on their own terms.
cyntoia brown

Free Cyntoia Brown Movement Catches Steam

Garwyn Jones of Metro Memphis asks our Facebook readers if their opinions would be the same if she had killed their father or brother. Helen Higginbotham of Harlem countered, "What if Brown was his daughter?"
mike jones state farm

Oh, God opens, Jamming for Justice continues, Kwanzaa Celebrations, Winter Solstice, and much more
the carters

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