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BlackFacts.com New Membership Features Allows Members to Help CREATE Black History

BlackFacts.com New Membership Features Allows Members to Help CREATE Black History

BlackFacts.com, the longest running data-driven website on the historical and cultural contributions of people of color is taking our cultural history to the next level. In the words of Marcus Garvey, "A people without knowledge of their past history, origins,…

Orange Mound to Africa Initiative Connects Black History, Civil Rights Movement and Dr. King's Dream With Africa

Twenty-Five years after the 13th Amendment that freed African Americans from Slavery, the 1st Neighborhood in America built for African Americans by African Americans emerged in 1890 in Memphis, Tennessee. This neighborhood is called Orange Mound. After 128 years, today…

YWCA Miami & AARP Host Special Screening for Black History Month in Miami Gardens

YWCA Miami & AARP Host Special Screening for Black History Month in Miami Gardens

On Saturday, February 24 - Sunday, February 25, 2018, the YWCA of Greater Miami-Dade will host a special Black History Month presentation and discussion of "Life's Essentials with Ruby Dee," a documentary written and directed by Muta'Ali, the grandson of…

Church of Scientology Opens Fort Harrison for Community Events

Church of Scientology Opens Fort Harrison for Community Events

The Charity Coalition Luncheon on March 15th marks the 12th community event in the Fort Harrison so far this year. From scholarship giveaways to concerts and swing dance events, the Church of Scientology's religious retreat hosted guests from all around…

David Fiske Acknowledged as Expert on Solomon Northup

David Fiske Acknowledged as Expert on Solomon Northup

Solomon Northup was the real-life African American man whose experiences were portrayed in the Oscar-winning film, 12 Years a Slave. In a recent edition of Northup's 1853 book, Twelve Years a Slave (upon which the film is baed), esteemed African…

Howard University Site for 2017 Kick-Off of "I am Psyched" Pop-up Museum National Tour

Howard University is the first 2017 stop for the national tour of "I am Psyched:  Inspiring Histories, Inspiring Lives: Women of Color in Psychology", a multimedia pop-up museum aimed at encouraging women and girls to pursue careers in the behavioral…

African-American Woman Shatters World Record for Finishing 26.2-Mile Marathons on Seven Continents

African-American Woman Shatters World Record for Finishing 26.2-Mile Marathons on Seven Continents

Shalisa "Lisa" Davis of Suffolk, VA, a retired Marine major, set a new world record for women by finishing 26.2-mile, public marathons on all seven continents, including Antarctica, in seven days, thirty minutes. The previous Guinness world record was over…

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