Tuesday, April 13, 2021
www.yahoo.com By Chris Cwik   Naomi Osaka came into the Australian Open as the No. 3-ranked women's singles player in the world. She'll leave the event looking to reclaim the No. 1 spot. Osaka looked like the best women's singles player in the...
www.thegrio.com Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck   Here are some takeaways to help our community demystify concerns and enable better-informed decision-making about the COVID-19 vaccine   It has been more than two months since we published the list of top 10 things to help our community demystify concerns...
www.yourblackworld.net By Victor Omondi   Going back to 2015, Rachel Dolezal was a successful woman with several well-paying jobs. She was working as President for the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington, and was also teaching Africana students. However, her narrative changed when...
www.pbs.org   Hosted By Louis Gates, Jr. The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song is a moving four-hour, two-part series from executive producer, host and writer Henry Louis Gates, Jr., the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor at Harvard University and...
www.johnstarks.com     The 3 Point Scholarship Program has been designed to assist New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and Tulsa, OK area high school students in their pursuit of a college degree. Our focus is to minimize the financial burdens students experience....
By Louis Gray    At a time in history when it was rare to see blacks on network television, a landmark show called SOUL! Premiered on PBS and went on an historic six year run before powerful forces removed it from...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   The NBA will continue its celebration of Black culture and reflection on Black history on Friday, February 12 at noon ET with the first of two virtual conversations focused on underappreciated lessons of Black history, NBA...
www.etonline.com By Doriean Stevenson‍   Today marks the first day of Black History Month 2021. The month-long celebration is a chance to acknowledge the historic achievements of Black Americans and to highlight their undeniable impact on American history. Game changers like Malcolm X,...
www.popsugar.com By JORDAN LEWIS   Hollywood is full of movies about slavery, segregation, and the Black struggle, and while these films can serve as important educational tools — especially during Black History Month — it is important to step back and remember that films about...
www.washingtonpost.com By Scott Allen and Neil Greenberg   Tony Romo, who has established something of a reputation for his prescient commentary, already declared Sunday’s Super Bowl “one of the great matchups in sports history,” with the quarterback duel between Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady...
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