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Remembering Our Black Radical History: Jalil Muntaqim
Remembering Our Black Radical History: The MOVE 9
Queering Black History & Getting Free
Parents: Howard University Middle School Teachers Fired For Teaching Black History
Registration for the ‘Freedom Dreams…Freedom Now!’ conference now open!
Woody Allen produced Cotton Club play has no black actors
Biographies of black historical figures for children out this month
Tens of Thousands Gather in D.C. for 50th Anniversary March on Washington
Russell Simmons Says He’s In Contact w/ Harriet Tubman’s Descendants
Harry Lennix Calls The Butler ‘Historical Porn’; Sounds Off on Media Depictions of Black Men
Oprah on Jay Z-Belafonte Beef: ‘There Are Multiple Ways to Protest’
Jackie Robinson Statue Vandalized w/ Swastika, Racial Slurs
President Obama Will Speak at March on Washington Anniversary Ceremony
Negro League Players Honored by President Obama
Smithsonian Museum Expresses Interest in Displaying Trayvon Martin’s Hoodie
Howard Univ. Deans Say Fiscal Mismanagement Has Put School Reputation and Future in Danger
Nina Simone Documentary In The Works
Frederick Douglass Statue Unveiled at Capitol
WATCH: Trailer for Lee Daniel’s “The Butler,” Starring Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey
Emmett Till’s Family Dismiss Lil Wayne’s “Apology;” Call for Face-to-Face Meeting
Fordham Student Sandra Arnold Creates Database to Protect Slave Burial Sites
Stolen Property | THE HARLEM SHAKE
Why Hasn’t The Legendary Jack Johnson Been Pardoned?
Emmett Till’s Family Write Open Letter to Lil Wayne
Happy Birthday Nina Simone!
Chicago Public Schools Might Be Sued for Lack of Black History in Curriculum
Student Discovers Forgotten Poem by America’s First Known Black Writer
Mamie Till Mobley Memorial Foundation Asks Lil Wayne to Remove Reference to Emmett Till from New Song
Decolonizing empathy: why our pain will never be enough to disarm white supremacy
She ain’t white girl pregnant: Black, queer & expecting in an anti-Black, anti-queer world
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ through a Black and Indigenous post-colonial lens
Jesmyn Ward becomes the 1st woman and Black author to win National Book Award for fiction twice
From the Million Woman March to #Metoo: How movements created by and for Black women are appropriated
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