Two HBCUs were among the top 10 of best schools in Maryland. The post All Four Of Maryland’s HBCUs Among Top 15 Best Universities To Attend In The State appeared first on 92 Q.
The Dance Theatre of Harlem’s ‘Sounds of Hazel’ celebrates jazz pioneer Hazel Scott’s artistry and activism. The post The Dance Theatre Of Harlem Celebrates Jazz Pioneer Hazel Scott’s Artistry And Activism appeared first on NewsOne.
It's official! The legendary rapper and actor's 3-on-3 basketball league has been acknowledged by ByBlack and the US Black Chambers as a Black-owned and operated company.
Shaw University President Paulette Dillard accused Spartanburg County deputies of racial profiling for stopping the HBCU's bus in South Carolina. The post HBCU President Accuses South Carolina Cops Of Racial Profiling For Searching Students’ Bus appeared first on NewsOne.
Aside from the historic Supreme Court confirmation of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, President Biden nominated 13 Black women, eight of whom have been confirmed, to the federal bench. The post Biden’s Historic Judicial Nominations Bring Black Girl Magic To The Federal Bench appeared first on NewsOne.
The first monument honoring the bravery and heroism of Black U.S. veterans was unveiled in Buffalo. The post First Monument Honoring The Bravery And Heroism Of Black U.S. Veterans Unveiled In Buffalo appeared first on NewsOne.
For many, there's only one thing on our minds when we finally decide to roll out of bed. It doesn't matter if we stayed up past our bedtime or got a luxurious eight hours of sleep. Coffee.
Did you know that Howard University is the only HBCU in the nation with a swim program? In their 75th year, this season opening is set to make history!
'The Woman King' director Gina Prince-Bythewood spoke about the slave trade storyline in the film and physically training with her actors.
Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley and Denise McNair were killed in the bombing of the 16th Street Church in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963. The post 16th Street Baptist Church Birmingham Bombing Photos, Then And Now appeared first on NewsOne.
A new course for AP students seeking to earn college credit is devoted to teaching about the comprehensive African-American experience. The College Board has made the program available to 60 unnamed high schools across the country, with plans to expand nationwide to all interested high schools in the 2024-2025 school year. The post New AP African American Studies Course Debuts This Fall appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.
The New York City neighborhood was the backdrop of Gibson’s coming-of-age journey. Gibson and her family hailed from South Carolina and moved to the community during the Great Migration. The post Harlem Street Named After Trailblazing Tennis Legend Althea Gibson appeared first on NewsOne.