HBCUs have a rich history and powerful mystique that continue to shape African-American culture and inspire academic success.
Geneaologist Henry Louis Gates takes a deeper look at matrimony during slavery.
It is a tradition for the outgoing president to leave a letter to the incoming commander in chief. George W. Bush left a touching note for Barack Obama after Obama’s election, as did Bill Clinton for Bush after Bush became ...
The Cultural Coach says actively policing others doesn't necessarily help things.
In the age of Trump, there's still a need for hope and change, Smith writes.
A senior on track to graduate from an academy in Chicago, Akin Ajanaku Coffy shares his story of growing up in the era of Obama.
Insights on the intersection of Dr. King's dream and the American Dream.
This was a particularly morbid year, but at least there were plenty of lessons amid the madness.
The fight between public and private control over schools is about to get heated.
A chance encounter with the "Anthology of American Negro History."
It may be satisfying to see racist comments swiftly addressed, but the trend of employers firing employees for social media posts should give pause to those of us who live and breathe on social media.
More times than not, white people can lawfully fear for their lives for coming into contact with African-Americans.
Sometimes, if you’re not able to step up to the plate as a parent, it’s best to step away.
The leadership of the Democratic Party, at the highest levels, has consisted of mostly White men and women and a handful of Latinos.
The 2016 Presidential Election interview with Kam Williams