Tag: African-American

Montel Williams Demands Support for Veterans

Talk show host urges Congress and regular people to stop being apathetic

Magician Kenrick “ICE” McDonald Makes History

Magician becomes first Black president of the world's oldest magic organization

First Black Clerk of Mississippi’s Highest Court

Muriel B. Ellis has been making history throughout her career


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‘Think Like A Man, Too’ Comes Out on Top

The film has claimed the #1 box office spot on its opening weekend

HAPPY HEADLINES: History-Making Valedictorian

Young people are doing wonderful things!

Texas Board Passes Juneteenth Resolution

Leaders have implicitly hinted on repaying for injustices against Blacks

Women Request Inclusion in “My Brother’s Keeper”

Notable women are asking to be added to the president's initiative

Harvard Accepts Record Amount of Black Students

The season of college acceptance is upon us

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

CDC gives analysis on state of Blacks and the disease

Snatching Soul Food?

A look at three of the most "borrowed" dishes

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The Kellogg Foundation Names New CEO

La June Montgomery Tabron makes history

How to Style Natural Hair

Stylist shares tips for perfecting the Lock 'N Twist

HIV/AIDS Risk Increasing For Young Black Men

Young, African-American men are at a high risk of contracting the HIV/AIDS virus.

Mayor apologizes for segregation-era cemetery

George Schloegel apologized to families of African-American veterans who couldn't be buried in the city cemetery. is Giving Away David Talbert DVDs!

We're giving away DVDs courtesy of this acclaimed African-American writer and director!

Memorial service set for Ohio’s 1st black justice

The first black justice on the Ohio Supreme Court will be remembered at Ohio State University.

Campbell, 1st black Olympic decathlon winner, dies

Milt Campbell and went on to play pro football and become a motivational speaker. He died at the age of 78.

Despite President, poll shows prejudice against Blacks

A poll finds racial attitudes unimproved since the United States elected its first black president.

CPR is less likely in poor Black neighborhoods

A new study shows that more Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, or CPR, training is needed.