There’s a lot of talk about black fatherhood on Father’s Day. But how much of it is true? Without a doubt, the role of fathers in socie ...Read More
The emancipation of slaves in the Confederate States of America happened on June 19th, 1865—more than two years after President Lincoln’s Ema ...Read More
Reedy Chapel Let Freedom Ring All across America on Sunday, June 19th there will be Juneteenth celebrations commemorating the end of slavery ...Read More
Marvin Sapp is an artist of vast repertoire and style, and he is a singer with an undeniable musical signature. There is a certain way that Sapp pu ...Read More
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Losing your hair sucks. Plain and simple. It can make you feel insecure, unattractive, and sometimes even depressed. Unfortunately, hair loss is a pretty common condition, affecting both men and women of all ages – regardless of race. For black
It’s no secret that Black people enjoy a good wedding. After all, what’s not to love? The food, the laughter, the dancing – it’s all there! And of course, one of the best parts of any wedding is the music.
The Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo (BPIR) continues to promote, train and celebrate Black Cow Boys and Cow Girls by ensuring that their significant contributions to the west do not go unnoticed. This is evident by the many cultural events put
Alopecia areata is a condition affecting lots of women today. While the average person sheds between 50 to 100 single hair strands per day, as part of the normal hair shedding process, alopecia results from excessive hair loss or thinning.
It’s official! History was made today (Thursday, April 11) as the United States Senate voted 53 to 47 to confirm President Joe Biden’s nominee, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, who is now the first Black woman to be elevated to the
Quinta Brunson is the star and creative mind behind Abbott Elementary’s television show on ABC. Actress, author, producer, and comedian, Quinta Brunson is the creative mind behind one of the newest television sitcoms, Abbott Elementary which has been creating quite
When we think of Opera, we may think of full-bodied voices, high and low, some with frequencies resonant enough to break glass! We may even envision ornate theaters with exclusive audiences, serenaded in languages we may not understand. It can
Black people are resilient, but are not invincible. And this notion is important to understand and consider as it pertains to the conversation about mental health in our community. According to a 2013 study, 63% of Black people believe that