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Academy Award-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr. received the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Mentions the few well-known Black historic figures, says Frederick Douglass “has done an amazing job"
Full transcript of President Donald Trump’s Black History Month speech
Dash penned a scathing response to Jesse Williams’ BET Awards acceptance speech. It isn’t the first time she’s scolded Black activists.
There's now outrage in Virginia over an educational video on inequality that has been shown nationally for years.
“Douglass, I think, would have championed the use of cell-phone photography as a tool for social reform,” Harvard Professor John Stauffer told DiversityInc.
The Times will release at least one image every day in February that captured the Civil Rights era.
Celebrating Role Models and Inspiring Career Journeys: EY Celebrates Black Leaders With Executive Roundtable Events
Distinguished professionals, students and community leaders gathered to pay homage to Black leaders of the past, present and future as part of EY’s Black History Month Executive Roundtable series.
During a Black History Month event, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton discussed the negative history of police and Blacks. Unfortunately, that legacy may be continuing today.
During a Black History Month panel discussion at the White House, First Lady Michelle Obama explained why education is a civil-rights issue.
In a town that very recently tried to right some of the wrongs of its racist past, the KKK kicked off Black History Month with a vulgar reminder that racism is still alive. See what they did here.
Distinguished professionals, community leaders and students in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle gathered to celebrate and discuss the past, present and future of Black leaders.
Cox will be highlighting culturally relevant programming available OnDEMAND and supporting events in Hampton Roads, Northern Virginia and Roanoke to recognize and celebrate African-Americans and their culture.
What items on a lunch menu could draw such outrage from students, teachers and the community?
Free events include national speakers, town-hall meetings and film discussions,
Wells Fargo’s Celebratory Tour Honoring the 150th Anniversary of The Emancipation Proclamation, Featuring The Kinsey Collection, Arrives in Baltimore
National exhibition chronicling African-American history and achievement will be at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum through Black History Month 2014.
Big Four firm Ernst & Young hosted more than 500 professionals, community leaders and students during an expanded 2013 Black History Month roundtable series this February.
For many, discovering Black history becomes a personal journey toward understanding one’s self and society—and this experience can occur in hundreds of museums across the nation.