Post Tagged with: "Black History"
Ryan speaks with the founding director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture about race and the history and experiences of Black people in America.
New York City real estate companies' attempts to rename a Harlem neighborhood "SoHa" have enraged long-time residents who say the move erases the community's rich cultural history.
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.
A new report by the Equal Justice Initiative says hundreds more Blacks were victims of terror lynching in the South between 1877 and 1950 than previously reported.
Light-skinned actress Zoe Saldana has been cast as Nina Simone and there are people who are offended about this choice.
Blacks fled the South for the North to escape lynching, brutal working conditions and unfair labor. How did their migration change the U.S. as we know it?
Organization's commitment to service a long-standing tradition
Dr. Jacklyn Chisholm, vice president of planning and external affairs for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum (Rock Hall) in Cleveland, talks about the legacy of rock and roll in the African-American community.