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Nas Discovers the Slave Owner Who Purchased His Ancestors
Rapper appears on Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates Jr., sees bill of sale for his great-gr...


Nas Uncovers Ancestor's Bill of Sale
New York native traces his roots back to slavery and is now "on a mission to find out more."...


Henry Louis Gates' PBS Documentary to Cover 500 Years of Black History
Henry Louis Gates' new PBS documentary, The African-Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, will trace 500...


This Day in Black History: March 31, 1988
Novelist Toni Morrison wins a Pulitzer Prize for Beloved on March 31, 1988....


Report: Harvard Scholar Henry Louis Gates Arrest Avoidable
Report: Henry Louis Gates' arrest was avoidable....


Report: Black Harvard Professor Donated Handcuffs
NEW YORK – Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. says he he's donated the handcuffs used on...


Charge Against Harvard Professor Gates Dropped
Harvard University’s top expert on Black history and culture | won’t be prosecuted on a disorderly ...


Police: 911 Caller in Gates Arrest Never Mentioned Race
The woman who made the 911 call that got Henry Louis Gates Jr. | arrested never mentioned race....


It’s Rare to Find a Black American With 100 Percent African Ancestry
Henry Louis Gates, the noted Harvard professor, says there are few if any Black Americans who have ...


Commentary: Trayvon Martin, Barack Obama and the Silence of Powerful Black Men
Why did it take nearly a month for Barack Obama, the most powerful Black man in the country, to spe...


Skip Gates Has New PBS Special on Race
Henry Louis Gates New PBS Special, Black in Latina America Airs Tuesday....


A Free Opportunity to Study Your Black Heritage
A company is offering 10,000 Blacks the chance to look into their heritage and figure out where the...


Gates Explores Black Culture in Latin America
"Black in Latin America" is a thoughtful travelogue through Mexico, Peru, Cuba, Haiti, the Dominica...


This Day in Black History: Sept. 5, 1859
Harriet Wilson on Sept. 5, 1859, became the first African-American woman to publish a novel in the ...


Commentary: Is There a Dearth of Black Public Intellectuals?
Is there a dearth of Black public intellectuals?...


For Obama, Pitfalls and Power in Addressing Race
President Obama has to balance race relations with his own race....


Nas Receives Harvard Hip Hop Fellowship Honor
Prestigious university spotlights influence of iconic MC....


Scandal Wins Peabody Award
Orange Is the New Black, Key & Peele also awarded....


Star Jones, Damon Wayans Jr. Support Django Unchained
Despite criticism, the controversial film is a favorite with celebs....


Those We Lost In '07
BET's "Those We Lost" celebrates | mourns | and remembers the influential members of the community ...

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