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Revolutionary Black portrait exhibition opens at University of Virginia

By Sydney Shuler, The Daily Progress During the Jim Crow era, when minstrel shows and racist caricatures accounted for nearly all visual representations of Black...

Cal Sec of State Weber Travels State Urging Youth to Get Early Start on...

By Solomon O. Smith, California Black Media As part of a broad civic education initiative, High School Voters Registration Week, California Secretary of State Shirley...

AI-Generated Rapper Controversy Spotlights the Need for More Black People in Tech

By Aldon Thomas Stiles, California Black Media Almost as quickly as it began, the music industry may have seen the end of the infamous Artificial...

Charles Henry Turner: The little-known Black high school science teacher who revolutionized the study...

By Edward D. Melillo, Amherst College On a crisp autumn morning in 1908, an elegantly dressed African American man strode back and forth among the...

Freedom Riders’ 1947 Convictions Vacated in North Carolina

Legendary civil rights leader Bayard Rustin and three other men who were sentenced to work on a chain gang in North Carolina after they...