Black Excellence

‘Home of the FaithDome, A History of Crenshaw Christian Center’ Reveals Trailblazing Truths and Insights on its Future

There is much admiration for Apostle Frederick K.C. Price. He touched many lives. He guided many people who needed it. He introduced God’s word in a way that no one else had. And his legacy of service through ministry is forever intertwined with the FaithDome. And the dome is a standing example of what has been possible in South Los Angeles.

Reflections on Black Excellence and the NFL’s Role in Driving Generational Impac

To fulfill its responsibility to the Black community, the National Football League partnered with the HBCU Week Foundation to provide high school students with $10,000 scholarships to attend an HBCU. Also, the league has allocated $125 million toward closing the wealth-equity gap by partnering with Black-owned companies. NFL Votes focuses on voter education, registration, and activation. The NFL also is filling a pipeline of diverse coaching candidates at all levels.

Kimberlé Crenshaw Discusses ‘Intersectional Feminism’

Women’s and Gender studies major Sara Hayet ’18 interviews Kimberlé Crenshaw about “Intersectional Feminism.” Crenshaw served as the keynote speaker on Sept. 17, 2015, for the 30th anniversary of Women’s and Gender Studies at Lafayette.

WATCH:15 Untold Black History Inventors Wasn’t Taught At School

Most people have heard about famous inventions like the light bulb, the cotton gin and the penicillin. Take a moment and look around. Do you see any inventions? Inventions are everywhere you look! Your computer, your clothes, your notebook, your furniture – inventions are all around you. An object may have been invented a long time ago, or it may be an improvement based on other inventions, but every man made object you see was originally an invention of some kind.

WATCH: Race and Space Pt. 1

In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts spoke with three Black astronomers to discuss the relationship of race and space. In Part 1, they discuss the important question of ‘why are there so few Black astronomers?’

Martin Luther King, Jr. – The Other America 2.0

In 1967, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., espoused that America literally existed as two Americas.  In his depiction of the two Americas, Dr. King spoke of one America where the land overflowed with the “milk of prosperity and the honey of opportunity.”  King implored Blacks to imagine experiencing the unencumbered pursuit of happiness.