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Celebrated Tuskegee Airman Charles McGee Dies at 102

Charles McGee, a Tuskegee Airman who flew 409 fighter combat missions over three wars and later helped to bring attention to the Black pilots...

San Diego’s Old Globe Highlights Racial Inequities in HAIR

By A.L. Haynes | Contributing Writer This summer, San Diego’s Old Globe has resurrected the classic 1960s musical, HAIR. Even those too young to have...

‘What’s Going On’ at 50 – Motown Classic Still Relevant Today as it was...

Motown wasn’t really known for its politically conscious music. Then came “What’s Going On.” By Tyina Steptoe, University of Arizona Released on May 21, 1971, at...

OP-ED: American Business Leaders Step Up to Fight Inequities in the South

In Alabama, SCI is seeking to bridge the massive digital divide in an urban area where 450,000 households are without connection to the internet....

COMMENTARY: Always Right to Fight!

After the horrific murders of some of our Asian sisters in Georgia, the press started asking whether or not the Black community would align with them to stop the senseless racist attacks against them spurred on by Trump and his merry band of White Supremacists. It was devastating to me to read many of the social media responses and sickening to hear them among friends and family.