Millennial from Kenya is ‘sickle cell warrior’

Marie Ojiambo is the founder of the Sickle Strong Initiative, a Kenyan-based NGO whose mandate is to raise awareness around sickle...

THE RED SUMMER OF 1919

Teen’s murder at a Chicago beach triggered a deadly week of unrest 100 years ago that spread to racial violence nationwide.

GOOD AS GOLD

Smithsonian exhibit shows how Sengalese women have historically used jewelry as a means of fashioning an identify of power and prestige.

A day in Corinth

There’s plenty of culture and history to soak up during a quick visit to the Mississippi city.

COMING SOON TO THE NATION’S CAPITAL

Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune’s upcoming Statuary Hall placement tops a list a notable stories around Florida this week.

Mental health stigma still affecting African Americans

ISTOCKPHOTO/ NNPA For detailed information about mental illness and where assistance is provided visit, www.nami.org; www.mentalhealthamerica.net; or www.minorityhealth.hhs.gov.  BY STACY...

African American troops also fought in Normandy

John Q. Jordan was a journalist during World War II and wrote for the Norfolk New Journal and Guide.

369th Experience Band ties HBCU musicians to WWI Black history

A band of 42 musicians from HBCUs are traveling the country playing the sounds of the 369th Infantry Regimental Band that...

Not about pride or making history

For many Black voters, 2020 is simply about beating Trump MARK Z. BARABAK/LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS Faya...

What happened to our Black churches and Black colleges?

I was propelled to write this article because of the current status and dilemma of our Black...

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