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A 25-year-old Black woman is making history by becoming the youngest judge in the history of Easley, South Carolina. According to ForHarriet.com, Jasmine Twitty —…

https://instagram.com/p/6vtpwTIg8m/ A 25-year-old Black woman is making history by becoming the youngest judge in the history of Easley, South Carolina. According to ForHarriet.com, Jasmine Twitty — a graduate of the College of Charleston — has long been recognized for her dedication to developing young people into professionals. Now, the young woman is solidifying her place […]

It's been discovered that "I Have A Dream" debuted on November 17, 1962 in a segregated high school gym in Rocky Mount, North Carolina.

Yesterday on Sunday Morning Live, Marcus Davis discussed the assassination of 21 year old Carl B. Hampton on July 26, 1970 by a Houston police officer. Hampton, a member of the People’s Party II, the precursor for the Black Panther Party Houston Chapter became a martyr for his bold and uncompromising stand for all oppressed […]

How can you talk about  the history of this country and not talk about the atrocity of slavery and its role in racism? As soon as this fall, new Texas history books will barely include the Ku Klux Klan, Jim Crow and slavery but do so in a way that teaches that the Civil War […]

The bloody origins of the Dominican Republic’s ethnic ‘cleansing’ of Haitians http://t.co/AAISZltapV — tejwo (@tejwo) June 16, 2015 In what critics describe as ethnic “cleansing,”…

Memorial Day has long been known as a holiday to celebrate and honor America’s soldiers. It’s also the holiday that officially kicks off summer, which…

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February is Black History Month and what better way to start it off than by taking a look at the man who is responsible for it eventually coming into existence.  Click here to Learn More about DR. CARTER G. WOODSON.

Martin Luther King, Jr. was probably best known as one of the main leaders of the African-American Civil Rights Movement.  But he was also a…

How often have you heard it said that black Americans don’t support each other economically? It’s a common refrain in conversations around sociopolitical uplift for…

D-Nice tells his story from the great Boogie Down Productions crew and how rejection of a musical beat led him to stardom. Then leaving the Music industry and later touring the world opening for Stevie Wonder and DJing for The President. Check out his story from TheUrbanDaily.com Click here for MORE.

 The Houston Chronicle shows architectural plans showing how history thought Houston would look like.   There are plans drawn from 1928 demonstrating the final product…