“It is monumental. It’s something that we in Hampton, we need to know, and perhaps take for granted.”
Hidden under the sands of an affluent array of homes in Norfolk is a history worthy of recognition.
10 On Your Side’s Kara Dixon sat down with author and illustrator Vashti Harrison, who recently published a book entitled “Little Leaders.”
Dr. Christine Darden’s contributions to NASA helped inspire the book “Hidden Figures,” which was turned into an Oscar-nominated movie.
“It was what you might call living with death everyday. I think about it now and it was like the end of the world.”
The Chrysler Museum of Art is shedding light on work commemorating African American culture.
thousands of escaped slaves poured into Fort Monroe, which became known as “Freedom’s Fort” and is even referred to as the “Ellis Island for…
The rain outside Ogden hall wasn’t enough to keep students and alumni from packing in the auditorium.
It’s one of the most famous entertainment streets in America, bringing Memphis’ blues and world famous barbecue to the masses.
Baxter Leach was one of the Memphis sanitation workers who stood-up by walking out with more than a thousand trash collectors in February 19…
Born in 1856 in Columbus, Georgia, Thomas Wiggins was a slave, born blind with mental challenges.
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. …