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WATCH: LATEST NEWS SURROUNDING THE NATIONAL NEGRO OPERA COMPANY
October 22, 2021
WATCH: LATEST NEWS SURROUNDING THE NATIONAL NEGRO OPERA COMPANY ... read more / watch video »
WATCH: Black People Made That! Intellectual Property and US Patents
October 22, 2021
WATCH: Black People Made That! Intellectual Property and US Patents ... read more / watch video »
WATCH: Muhammad Ali Highlights – The Greatest
October 22, 2021
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WATCH: Kehinde Wiley On President Obama’s Official Portrait: ‘This Is The Real Thing’
October 22, 2021
WATCH: Kehinde Wiley On President Obama's Official Portrait: 'This Is The Real Thing' ... read more / watch video »
WATCH: Whoopi Goldberg winning Best Supporting Actress | 63rd Oscars (1991)
October 22, 2021
WATCH: Whoopi Goldberg winning Best Supporting Actress | 63rd Oscars (1991) ... read more / watch video »
October 22: First black post office opened in the South, 1955
October 22, 2021
ober 22: First black post office opened in Atlanta, GA,  1955 ... read more »
October 21: The Black Fashion Museum is opened in Harlem, 1979
October 21, 2021
October 21: The Black Fashion Museum is opened in Harlem, 1979 ... read more »
Civil Rights activist, Historian Timuel Black Dies at 102
October 15, 2021
Black died Wednesday, his widow told the Chicago Sun-Times and WLS-TV. ... read more »
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Objection your honor: Bar Exam Comes Under Further Scrutiny
October 14, 2021
When the coronavirus pandemic struck, some states allowed law graduates to postpone taking the two-day, 12-hour exam for public health reasons. Meanwhile, George Floyd's murder in Minneapolis in May 2020, and subsequent racial unrest that summer, raised awareness of the bar exam's role in keeping people of color out of the profession. ... read more »
October 13: Garrett Morgan legitimizes his invention of the gas mask, 1914
October 13, 2021
October 13: Garrett T Morgan legitimizes his invention of the gas mask, 1914 ... read more »
October 12: Former New York Knicks Player Charlie Ward Born, 1970
October 12, 2021
October 12: Former New York Knicks Player Charlie Ward Born, 1970 ... read more »
Town Honors First Black Tow Truck Business Owner in Delaware
October 11, 2021
A flatbed tow truck from Harris Towing Group sat silently in front of Bennie Smith Funeral Home in Dover Thursday night, a solemn reminder that Delaware businessman and trailblazer Luke J. Harris Jr. had died at age 76 on Sept. 18. ... read more »
Group Begins Work to Revitalize Africatown Community
October 11, 2021
 Longtime residents of the Mobile community called ``Africatown USA'' recall the days when it was a beehive of activity, with Black descendants of the last slave ship to land in the United States tending gardens, running businesses and filling churches. Today, much of the place is a dilapidated landscape of empty lots and ramshackle, vacant homes. ... read more »
Couple Preserving Florida House Linked to Martin Luther King
October 11, 2021
A house connected to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is now in the hands of a couple who plans to preserve it. ... read more »
October 11: Malcolm X gave a profound speech at the University of California, Berkeley, highlighting “philosophy of black nationalism.” 1963
October 11, 2021
October 11: Malcolm X gave a profound speech at the University of California, Berkeley, highlighting "philosophy of black nationalism." 1963 ... read more »
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