By Yara Shahidi for Google Arts & Culture
To be a black girl is to be one of the reasons the universe thrives.
Harlem Stage, the legendary uptown venue that for over 30 years has promoted the creative legacy of Harlem and artists of color from around the corner and across the globe, is proud to present its Spring 2018 season of performances. Continue Reading →
To celebrate Black History Month, Harlem fave, hip-hop legend, producer and entrepreneur Nas pays homage to a long tradition of Black musicians and storytellers who continue to empower us today in this compelling open letter and video HERE. Continue Reading →
Join Marilyn Crawford, a Reginald F. Lewis representative and family friend, as she talks about the new film Reginald F. Lewis And The Making Of A $1BN Empire, that airs this month with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.
In celebration of Black History Month, Comcast launched a new short film that puts a spotlight on some of the talented contributors behind America’s favorite superhero stories, shows and movies. Continue Reading →
By Charles Blatcher, III
In 1977, efforts began to raise public awareness about the merits of what Black and other Minority Americans have contributed to the defense of our nation. Continue Reading →
Bounce and Omnicom Media Group held their second annual Black History Month event to discuss diversity in media and the progress that has been made in recent years. Continue Reading →
In the 21st century, we expect women to exercise their business acumen and be successful in their chosen careers, whether in executive positions in major companies or as entrepreneurs growing their own businesses. Continue Reading →
This February, the world famous Apollo Theater will host a series of artistic and community programs throughout Black History Month. Continue Reading →
In December 1964, Representatives of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party toured Northern cities seeking support for their campaign to block the seating of Mississippi’s pro-segregation Congressmen who had been elected through the disfranchisement of black voters. Continue Reading →
This year marks the 500th anniversary of the opening of the Venetian Ghetto, where the city’s Jews were forced to live for nearly 300 years. Continue Reading →
Following decades of political and economic marginalization of the African population in the United States, over 100 African leaders and representatives from across the United States attended a White House briefing. Continue Reading →
W.E.B. Du Bois (1868-1963) is a towering figure of the Black freedom struggle and one of the great intellectuals of the 20th century. Continue Reading →
Though it may look like the rest of Central Park, the landscape along the Park’s perimeter from West 82nd to West 85th Streets holds some of Central Park’s most important history. Continue Reading →