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Exactly, How Much Are Our Legendary Civil Rights Organizations Still Fighting...

www.thegrio.com By David A. Love     Memories of the civil rights movement evoke images of fearless community-based organizations that fought for the equality and justice for Black people....

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez And 7 Other Latinx Trailblazers You Should Know

www.huffingtonpost.com By Kiara Alfonseca   Latinx and Hispanic trailblazers, history makers and pioneers have circled the Earth, fought for endangered waters, revolutionized music and paved the way...

University Of Arkansas To Name Basketball Court After Nolan Richardson

www.thv11.com After an effort to rename the court, the University of Arkansas board unanimously voted to name the Bud Walton Arena basketball court after Nolan...

U.S. Sen. James Lankford Visits The Oklahoma Eagle To Discuss Historic...

By C.J. Webber-Neal Eagle Photojournalist     With the thought of black entrepreneurship and conciliation in mind, U.S. Sen. James Lankford (R) took time to visit with The...

OAAE Honors Lee Virgil Patterson Sr. ‘Heart Of A Teacher’

By Eagle Newswire     The Oklahoma African American Educators Hall of Fame, Inc., (OAAE) announces the posthumous induction of career Tulsa educator and coach Mr. Lee...

For Decades, Chicago’s Black Cowboys Have Kept An Overlooked History Alive....

www.blockclubchicago.org By Maxwell Evans @afrodip     Roy Rogers. Gene Autry. Buffalo Bill. When you think of a cowboy, odds are you think of a white man. But...