The Magnificent Walls of Benin
"The Walls of Benin were a combination of ramparts and moats, called Iya in the local language, used as a defense of the defunct Kingdom of Benin, which is present-day Benin City, the capital of present-day E ...
Posted Thursday, March 22nd 2018 at 10:37AM
Morgan State University’s restoration and 2016 reopening of the Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum (LCJM) has received a Maryland Preservation Award, the state’s highest recognition for historical preservation,heritage education and ...
Posted Thursday, March 22nd 2018 at 10:05AM
Ferris Coin Co. Offering $2,000 in Prizes, Commemorating 100th Anniversary of WWI Act of Valor
One of the nation's oldest rare coin shops is seeking artists from across the nation to design a silver coin-shaped medallion honoring African American ...
Posted Thursday, March 22nd 2018 at 9:37AM
Emmett W. Chappelle
Is a scientist who made valuable contributions in the fields of medicine, philanthropy, food science, and Astrochemistry.
From 1950 to 1955 he served as an instructor of biochemistry at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, ...
Posted Wednesday, March 21st 2018 at 5:32PM
He was the first Black Japanese Samurai in history and he was essentially one of the ‘Right Hand Men’ of the war lord of 16th century Japan: Oda Nobunaga.
Yasuke (彌介) is what they called him, we are not too sure of his actual name bu ...
Posted Wednesday, March 21st 2018 at 5:29PM
James Samuel Watson (1882–1952) was one of the first two Black Americans elected as a judge in New York City.
James S. Watson was born in Spanish Town, Jamaica on May 29, 1882. His father, James Michael Watson, was a Sergeant in the Jamaica Con ...
Posted Wednesday, March 21st 2018 at 5:25PM
Renowned scholar, historian, and educator Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr., will serve as guest speaker for Fayetteville State University’s (FSU) 151st Founders’ Day on April 5, 2018. The event will be held at 2 p.m. in J.W. Seabrook Auditorium on the ...
Posted Wednesday, March 21st 2018 at 11:51AM
Southern University alumnus and teaching artist, Donney Rose, has been selected for the 2018-1019 Kennedy Center Citizen Artist Fellow Recognition. The Kennedy Center Citizen Artist Fellow Recognition is an award that highlights Citizen Artists acros ...
Posted Wednesday, March 21st 2018 at 11:10AM
Ruth J. Simmons serves as President of Prairie View A&M University. She was President and Professor of Comparative Literature and Africana Studies at Brown University from 2001-2012. Under her leadership, Brown made significant strides in improving i ...
Posted Wednesday, March 21st 2018 at 11:02AM
Black horsemen played a vital role in shaping early American turf history, and the Kentucky Derby is no exception. The history of the Kentucky Derby and African-American horsemen are intertwined. The Derby and Churchill Downs owe a great deal to thes ...
Posted Wednesday, March 21st 2018 at 8:59AM
The Groveland Four (or the Groveland Boys) were four young African-American men: Earnest Thomas, Charles Greenlee, Samuel Shepherd and Walter Irvin, who were accused of raping a 17-year-old white woman in Lake County, Florida, USA, in 1948. Thomas wa ...
Posted Tuesday, March 20th 2018 at 6:57PM
Roger Arliner Young (1889-1964) was born in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania in 1889, was the first black woman to earn a Ph.D. in zoology and to conduct research at the prestigious Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Young conducted ...
Posted Tuesday, March 20th 2018 at 12:09PM
Delicious like the smell of
the Bread Factory.
Roll the scent of Love all
Marinate in the Blossom
Feels like you are wrapped
in love hunh?
Inhale tantalizing softness.
You can never g ...
Posted Tuesday, March 20th 2018 at 8:52AM
6 year old Romanieo Jr. engages in playful improvisation in describing the structure of organic molecules. AMAZING!!!
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Posted Monday, March 19th 2018 at 7:57PM
Keshia Knight Pulliam, cast as the iconic Rudy Huxtable at five-years-old, is the featured speaker at Kentucky State University’s Women’s History Month Assembly March 22 at 11 a.m. in the Carl H. Smith Auditorium in David H. Bradford Hall.
Posted Monday, March 19th 2018 at 5:36PM
The National Civil Rights Library
“The Cornerstone Of The Civil Rights Community”
Our Mission that we hope to Achieve in presenting the **National Urban Economic Think Tank** on April 7, 2018 in Chicago, IL @ *Holy Angels ...
Posted Monday, March 19th 2018 at 5:31PM
Team NBK discusses the origins of the Black Conscious Community and some of the important figures that laid the foundation. Men and women such as Hubert Harrison, John Edward Bruce, John Henrik Clarke, Arturo Schomburg and many others paved the way for first a Consciousness of Africa and also an awa ...
Posted Monday, March 19th 2018 at 4:29PM
We Women like it nice and smooth.
Speaking from experience.
Searching for a smooth groove led
me to share this with you!
Let femininity reign. Let masculinity
Loving our Men and women.
Stir the energy realm around our
being. Slow ...
Posted Monday, March 19th 2018 at 7:21AM
'The Platforms Of Boulware Publications, Information, Data, & Entertainment Enterprises'
"I will never forget my friend Madiba!"
Dec 5, 2013
A Man Otherwise Known As ' ...
Posted Monday, March 19th 2018 at 12:42AM
~ "Yellow Bird Woman"-'The Great Indigenous American Warrior' ~
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.
"100 Years" of broken promises by the U.S. Government and one fearless woman who made them pay!
In 1987, Ms. Cobell helped found "Blackfee ...
Posted Sunday, March 18th 2018 at 6:13PM
Prince Hall is recognized as the founder of Black Freemasonry in America. The Freemasons are a society of secrets, but there is one secret all should know about the founder of Black Freemasonry in America and his mission to get Back to Africa.
Posted Sunday, March 18th 2018 at 11:02AM