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FILM: Black Voices Are Loud and Clear at New York Film Festival

Attesting to NYFF’s eagerness to hear black voices, the fest featured three main slate films from British director/writer Steve McQueen (“12 Years a Slave’’)...

OP-ED: Celebrating the Journey of Black Music and its impact on American Culture

By H. Beecher Hicks, III, President & CEO of the National Museum of African American Music Lately, the phrase ‘unprecedented times’ is so widely used...

IN MEMORIAM: Civil Rights Giant Rev. Joseph Lowery of Alabama, Dies at 98

A fighter for human rights, voting rights and the rights of African Americans in a nation with 300 years of systematic racism against Blacks...

PSU’s Black Studies Department Marks 50 Years

Despite budgetary concerns, the department remains one of the strongest and longest-lasting of its kind in the country. “Higher education had not done a good...

California One of the Most Segregated States for African American Students

By Peter Schumann New America Media SAN FRANCISCO – Sixty years after the landmark Brown v. Board decision that desegregated public schools in the country, California...

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