I was born and raised in Washington, D.C. and was in the fourth grade when the schools were integrated after the Brown v
A.D. Carson wanted his thesis to challenge racial views on campus and beyond.
HuffPost Black Voices co-hosted a Black History Month event and acknowledged the beauty among these influencers.
A non-profit has reclaimed the space where the poet once lived.
Directors Bob Hercules and Rita Coburn Whack have gifted us with a captivating, well-crafted, thoroughly entertaining documentary
America would not be what it is without the contributions of black people.
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