The annual JERRY MALLOY NEGRO LEAGUE CONFERENCE is hosted by the SOCIETY FOR AMERICAN BASEBALL RESEARCH (SABR’S) NEGRO LEAGUES COMMITTEE. Since 1998, the Conference is the only symposium dedicated exclusively to the examination and...
Regal has made the decision to offer free screenings of the film Harriet this Black History Month. The movie theater company wants to pay homage to Tubman by allowing fans
THIS ARTICLE FIRST APPEARED IN TIME MAGAZINE ON JANUARY 31, 2020 Freshman year can make anyone feel lost, but Seattle teen Janelle Gary felt especially lost when she entered high
A cause that we all care about needs help, please spread the word. The Go Fund Me Page established by the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce/Greenwood Community Development Corp. explains it
Historic houses of worship contribute significant value to their communities. Sacred places function as hubs for social service programs, the arts, and are vital to human belonging. Many of these
Black History Month Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in February Join us as we celebrate Black History Month with free, family-friendly events on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in February. Programs include: Ranger-led introductions to the
Dr. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham will speak at The Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum’s annual Black History Month observance at Marshall University
Dr. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, Department of History chair at Harvard and national president of ASALH, will speak at The Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum’s annual Black History Month observance at
December 29, 2019 Press Release Rep. John Lewis recently learned from doctors that he must undergo treatment for pancreatic cancer. He released this statement today regarding his prognosis and his
If you or someone you know has a historic place such as a site, museum, or landscape representing African American cultural heritage, you'll want to submit your Letter of Intent for the African American Cultural...
Brookhaven NAACP is proud to announce the branch’s honoree for this year’s award luncheon is Stonybrook Professor Zebulon Miletsky. Dr. Miletsky received his Ph.D. in African-American Studies with a concentration