Dorothy Counts-Scoggins was one of four Black students who helped integrate public schools in Charlotte. She temporarily attended Harding High in 1957, where many people who opposed integration yelled racial remarks, spit at, and threw rocks at her. She only remained at Harding High for four days, however, pictures surfacing of her courage were enough to […]

Congratulation to Bubba Wallace!  On Monday, he won his first NASCAR Cup Series at the Talledega Speedway in Alabama.  This was a major accomplishment and one for the history books as Bubba became the first black driver to win since 1963. The NASCAR Bank of America Roval 400 Weekend will be October 8 -10 at […]

“We hope to tell an amazing story of a culture that came into being in the South Bronx, a part of the US that people had pretty much given up on, and which came to dominate the popular imagination for decades after” For some, what is the Smithsonian? The Smithsonian is a group of museums […]

President Trump said, “removing beautiful confederate statues….so foolish.” He along with many other people argue that the confederate flag, the statues, the monuments are all apart of this country’s history.  However, others argue that the history behind these symbols are offensive and a reminder of a dark time in American history.  What do you think? […]

Congratulations to Jordan Peele!  He just made history with his new movie, “Get Out”.  Peel surpassed his $4 million budget and became the first black writer/director to make a movie with a $100 million debut.  Keep putting that “money in da bank”!

The Obamas have been relieved of their White House duties for a little over a month now and still found the time to make groundbreaking moves. According to the New York Times, Barack and Michelle Obama are making history yet again with their new book deal with Penguin Random House. The company revealed they will publish coming […]

The 89th Annual Academy Awards was probably the most talked about event of the year so far (besides Remy Ma vs. Nicki Minaj). The American people gathered around their televisions, phones and computers to escape some of the intense drama happening in our nation. People watched the Oscars this year, following last year’s #OscarsSoWhite controversy, […]

Kim Fields explains why Black History Month is an important month in the year, and why it’s not only important to use it to our…

Wendy Racquel Robinson took some time to explain what black history month means to her, and why it will always be relevant to the black community. Check out…

As Black History Month nears its end, Jeff Johnson reminds us of the most significant thing we should take away from this short month every year. Click…

Congratulations to Serena Williams!  Serena beat her sister Venus on Saturday at the Australian Open final, making her win bittersweet!  This win put Serena in the record books for winning 23 Grand Slam Titles and makes her the greatest tennis player in Open history! You go girl!! #BlackGirlMagic

The 70th Annual Tony Awards, which took place on Sunday in the wake of the devastating Orlando tragedy, changed the game this year when all four musical acting awards went to people of color. Broadway’s history has been transformed thanks to three Hamilton cast members and one star from The Color Purple who have cemented their names in American culture […]