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"The Circle of Mothers Project," embodies their love, pain and sacrifice, but also the impact that systematic racism has on Black families.

African Americans make up only 13% of the population and yet have a buying power of nearly 1.4 trillion! In honor of Black History Month, lets begin to make a habit out of spending our money in our community. Below is a list of 10 local black owned business for you to visit this month. […]

Coloring books are no longer just for the kids. In fact, adult coloring books are all the rage right now. And while researchers and art…

Cheryl Jackson recently hosted a “Sip N Paint” with Deitrick Haddon at Uncork’d Art-Habana Village in D.C. where Praise listeners got a chance to wind…

Black Lives Matter begins their rally at the SC Statehouse. http://t.co/r8NzbSesX0— Paul Zoeller (@pzoeller) July 18, 2015 When two hate groups took their place on the…

Engineer by training, artist from the heart. This is how Daniel Hibbert views his very intricate life. The Minnesota native, Brooklyn-based artist held his first…

New Orleans artist Ti-Rock Moore has come under fire for her Chicago art exhibit that depicts a mannequin as Mike Brown’s lifeless body. According to the Huffington…

Former NBA player and 2001 Slam Dunk contest winner Desmond Mason joined guest host Mo Ivory on NewsOne Now to talk about how he transitioned from the…

The timescape of Harlem culture ebbs and flows as the decades roll on and right now, the art world there is cresting. The evidence: these 16 images of visual art by artists whose lives have intersected with New York’s storied community.  Even if you can’t make it to the upcoming Flux Art Fair, on May 14-17, […]

#ArkOfReturn:UN to unveil memorial in #NewYork honoring victims of transatlantic #slave trade http://t.co/Rz5feg8BBw pic.twitter.com/wk4Uy76c81 — UNIC Beirut (@UNICBeirut) March 25, 2015 For this year’s International…

Keep checking this page through 11:59 p.m. on Saturday for photos and Tweets from #BLM247. Why? As the people from  Black Lives Matter said in…

Cameras followed Kehinde Wiley, a New York-based portrait painter, as he decided to explore the inner and outer beauty of Black women for his latest project.…