Many ethnic groups in America have received reparations. When is it Black Americans’ turn?
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Carter G. Woodson’s vision for February and beyond.
The blackface scandals dominating headlines provide an opportunity to talk about yesteryear’s infatuation with the art-form and how it socialized Americans.
A former social studies teacher lists three ways educators and others can better understand the difficult subject of slavery in the US, including a way to hear directly from freed slaves themselves.
As another Black History Month approaches, Alex Yarde, a former educator, asks White Teachers to be mindful of the lessons they are sharing with their non-white students.
An act of racial inclusion brings a frightening backlash.
Is “Black Panther” revealing black hearts or confusion about real Black history?
The US has yet to fully undergo a process of truth and reconciliation.
How my experiences in school shaped my commitment to connect with young Black males.
In the 19th century, critics and audiences thought blacks were incapable of singing as well as their white, European counterparts. Greenfield forced them to reconcile their ears with their racism.
Controversy ignited when a Florida Gulf Coast University professor began teaching a ‘white racism’ course this year. Ted Thornhill says his course is rooted in a ‘damning body’ of evidence.
Planet Random Creatives’ Make 100 Heroes Campaign guides novice comic book makers through story development, visual design, expanding their characters for game-play and produce their characters in 3D!
Before the civil rights era, a group of powerful and resourceful black women laid the groundwork for a generation of black activists.
The only people standing in the way of us honestly confronting our wrongs is ourselves.
Three speakers discuss how whites can really learn about black history.
Leron Barton, Rodney Kellum and Kinte Fergerson discuss the Oscars and more with Dr. Vibe