More than 200 years ago, hundreds of men, women and children called the Whitney Plantation in Wallace, Louisiana home.
From Minnesota to Louisiana, the water rolls along its two-thousand miles length — the nation’s longest river– with a history deeper than …
Kenneth Terry of the Kenneth Terry Brass Band said that the music they play comes from their roots.
Oftentimes we celebrate Black History Month with great stories about unforgettable people who helped to make our country what it is today. …
Laura Marie Leary Elliot, the first African-American to desegregate and graduate from East Carolina University, is considered a historical …
A small church in Central New York played a large role in the abolitionist movement and the Underground Railroad.
Dr. Moton spent his final years at a home in Gloucester County called Holly Knoll or Cappahosic.
Members of the United Steelworkers Local 8888 want to rename a street or park after her, preferably Queen Street, where she lived.
Two local college presidents met with President Donald Trump and his staff this week.
Learn the inspiring stories of more than 30 slaves from Hampton who escaped to freedom or took up arms during times of war.
The recordings were preserved by the Tuskegee University archives.
Richard “Testimony” Love’s message has been recognized by NBC’s campaign that honors millennials making a difference in their community.
Hampton trailblazer was one of the first female engineers at NASA Langley.
Hurrah Players will celebrate African-American Heritage Month in their upcoming play “The Glory of Gospel”.
The Norfolk Public Library started it’s Black History Month celebration recognizing the Young African-American leaders of tomorrow.