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Children's Books So White? The New Book Count Is Out

15 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

While the population of the U.S. is 38 percent people who identify as African American, Latino, Native American, Asian American, or Pacific Islander, books written or illustrated by people from those categories clocked in at just 427 out of 3,400 children's books published in 2016.

The Morning After: Daybreak Shows Stand Ground After President’s Critiques

April Ryan, the African American reporter who essentially was asked yesterday by President Donald Trump for a hook-up with her friends on the Congressional Black Caucus, continued going high in her response this morning. “I want to believe...Show More Summary

Raw: First Ladies Visit African American Museum

First Lady Melania Trump welcomed her Israeli Counterpart, Sara Netanyahu to Washington Wednesday, with a trip to the National Museum of African American History. (Feb. 15)

Trump Asks African American Reporter To Set Up A Meeting For Him With 'The Black Caucus'

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

President Donald Trump on Thursday asked an African American reporter at a press conference to set up a meeting for him with members of the Congressional Black Caucus, adding, “Are they friends of yours?” The exchange began when April...Show More Summary

Trump Asks African American Reporter To Set Up A Meeting For Him With 'The Black Caucus'

President Donald Trump on Thursday asked an African American reporter at a press conference to set up a meeting for him with members of the Congressional Black Caucus, adding, “Are they friends of yours?” The exchange began when April...Show More Summary

Study Shows Popular Black TV Shows Have A Largely Non-Black Audience

Black TV Shows Have A Largely Non-Black Audience A new study shows that your favorite black television shows have a non-black audience reports Shadow & Act. According to a new Nielsen study, African Americans have a large impact on

Why are some black Africans considered white Americans?

Sudanese Americans do not fit neatly into the existing racial classifications of the American society.

Brandon Kelly Walters - Idiots Among Us Part 2

CP Update. Dozens of people are arrested everyday in Mecklenburg county most are African American and their crimes range from armed robbery to just being drunk on a Saturday night. They come and go their faces a sea of trouble and despair. Show More Summary

A Newly Discovered Photograph of Harriet Tubman Heads to Auction

4 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

A new photograph of Harriet Tubman adds to the visual record of this renowned African American.

Chicago Public Schools Slaps State With Civil Rights Lawsuit

"The state treats CPS's schoolchildren, who are predominantly African American and Hispanic, as second-class children," the lawsuit alleges. [ more › ]

Traci Otey Blunt Named President Of RLJ’s Urban Movie Channel

EXCLUSIVE: Robert L. Johnson, Chairman of RLJ Entertainment, has upped Traci Otey Blunt to President of Urban Movie Channel, a subscription-based streaming service created for African American and urban audiences. The position was newly...Show More Summary

‘Hidden Figures’ To Screen Free Across The U.S. In Celebration Of Black History Month

Thanks to 21st Century Fox and AMC Theatres, those residing in 14 U.S. cities will have the opportunity on Feb. 18  to watch the three-time Oscar-nominated movie about the African American women who were behind NASA’s space program during...Show More Summary

Rachel Lindsay Opens Up About Becoming First African American 'Bachelorette'

Rachel Lindsay was named the newest Bachelorette last night, and she appeared on Good Morning America this morning to discuss the big step! “I’m a skeptical person, so I was definitely — I was excited that they asked me to do it but equally nervous,” the 31-year-old lawyer, who is currently competing on Nick Viall‘s [...]

Technology Reimagining Black History To Create A Personal Experience For Students

On the eve of Black History Month, a teacher and her 70 high school seniors traveled from Baltimore city to visit the recently opened National Museum of African American History and Culture celebrate the launch of a new digital African...Show More Summary

African American Museum Exhibit Explores Musical Roots

As a way of recognizing African American History Month, the Smithsonian is drawing attention to its 'Musical Crossroads' exhibit at its new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. ____________________________ Guest Post from SoundExchange In recognition of African American History Month, we are highlighting the “Musical...

Black History Month Labor Leader Profiles

Over the years, we have profiled some key African American labor leaders for Black History Month. Here is a look back at some of the women and men who fought for their rights and the rights of other Americans and who deserve our tha...

Jimmy Kimmel Unveils ‘Bachelorette’s Very First Black Lead

ABC late-night star Jimmy Kimmel announced Rachel Lindsay, the 31-year-old lawyer currently competing in The Bachelor, has been cast as the lead of the next Bachelorette. Lindsay becomes the first African American cast in the lead of...Show More Summary

Making Black History in 2017

Co-written by David Ashaolu, Intern, Racial Wealth Divide Initiative As we celebrate the another Black History Month 2017, a positive light will once again be shined on the many contributions and influences that African Americans have had on this country's history. Show More Summary

Black History Month: Take a walking tour of Compton architecture

Years after designing Compton City Hall, African American architect Harold Williams said he was determined to bring well-crafted architecture to the community because “all people deserve quality architecture.” In honor of Black History Month, the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of...

Graphs from 1900 that depict a snapshot of African American life

In 1900, W. E. B. Du Bois and his students drew a series of charts for The Exhibit of American Negroes. They’re not all winners, but these were hand-drawn in… Tags: African American, slavery, vintage

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