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Rare copy of first novel by African American woman donated

By Associated Press A rare version of a book considered the first novel published in the U.S. by a Black woman has returned to her...

Historic Coretta Scott home where she wed MLK now forgotten

By Jay Reeves, Associated Press Bullet holes pock a rusted mailbox outside the vacant home where Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott were married...

Old statues of Confederate generals are slowly disappearing – will monuments honoring people of...

By Frederick Gooding, Jr., Texas Christian University With most of the legal challenges resolved after the violent Unite the Right rally, and the statue of...

Black History, Black Print and You

By Dr. John E. Warren, Publisher, The San Diego Voice and Viewpoint Dr. Carter G. Woodson and the work he left behind certainly makes the...

THE TIME FOR TRUTH TELLING IS NOW

By Oscar H. Blayton On Nov. 24, 1768, an advertisement appeared in the Virginia Gazette, a newspaper printed in Williamsburg and widely distributed in Virginia,...