Howard University made HBCUs proud yet again with its swim and dive team by making Black history on a recent 'Sport Illustrated' Daily Cover.
Black History NOW Celebrates the paths paved by those who broke the mold in areas of film, sports, science, art and business. Today, we celebrate those with Big Screen Dreams: Facing or behind the camera, these visionaries shared the stories of our lives with the world.
Black people have played an important role in China's cultural and economic history. Here's what we know about their rich legacy. The post Black History In China: The History Of China’s First Black Inhabitants appeared first on NewsOne.
Witherspoon had a passion for music and learned to play the trumpet and French horn. But perhaps his greatest gift to the world was that of laughter, as his film and television appearances continue to entertain those young and old to this day.
NASA has donated $11.7 million to eight HBCUs to support the creation of curricula centered on artificial intelligence and machine learning. The post NASA Aims To Empower The Next Generation Of STEM Innovators At HBCUs With $12 Million Donation appeared first on NewsOne.
Nikki Giovanni is without a doubt one of the most celebrated poets of the last 50 years, earning countless awards and accolades for her work. The Knoxville, Tenn. native was born on June 7, 1943.
Black History Month, it’s important that we not only focus on the triumphs, history, and journeys of Black Americans but where the source of Black beauty came from. While Black History Month is a time celebrated in America, it’s important to always remember that our history is deeper than America. 1. Beyonce 2017 Grammy Gown […]
Black History NOW Celebrates the paths paved by those who broke the mold in areas of film, sports, science, art and business. Today, we celebrate those who dared to think Beyond The Stars: Dreamers who refused to let society - or our cosmos - limit their desire to face the final frontier.
Celebrating Black History Month, we hit up Harlem for a new art exhibit from the eyes of 17 Black artists with vivid American stories to tell.
What better way to begin Black History and American Heart Month than to salute the American Heart Association and its historic president, Dr. Michelle Albert.
Jamesetta Hawkins was born in 1938 in Los Angeles to a teen mother. James’ childhood wasn’t perfect as she was raised by foster parents, but she received vocal training early and became a gospel prodigy.
To learn more go to www.gilead.com Black History Month is a time for the community to come together to talk about health, specifically the HIV epidemic that is still raging throughout the Black community. Historically, there are glaring disparities in how Black and white patients are diagnosed, treated, and respected. There are also […]