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California Commemorates Juneteenth ’22

The holiday is recognition of June 19th, 1865, the day Union soldiers notified enslaved African Americans in Galveston Bay, Texas that they were free...

Alice Walker & The San Diego Community College District

By Dr. John E. Warren, Publisher, The San Diego Voice and Viewpoint Recently, most of us saw with a degree of excitement that noted author...

San Diego Black Film Festival Returns For a Weekend of Inspiration

Local Black filmmakers were honored by the San Diego Black Film Festival (SDBFF) over the weekend of April 27 to May 1, a change...

A major collection of Black poems, books is coming to LSU

By Terell Wilkins, The Advocate LSU has obtained one of the country's largest collections of African-American poetry, including a book once owned by Frederick Douglass...
American poet and writer of poetry Amanda Gorman

Amanda Gorman’s Poetry Shows Why Spoken Word Belongs in School

Kathleen M. Alley, Mississippi State University; Mukoma Wa Ngugi, Cornell University, and Wendy R. Williams, Arizona State University Editor’s note: Not long after Amanda Gorman...