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Maya Angelou's Private Art Collection to Be Auctioned
The famed poet's African-American artwork to make debut at Swann Galleries in NYC....


Exhibit Opens July 4 About Black Experience in WW2
"Fighting for the Right to Fight: The African American Experience in WWII" runs through May 2016....


Report: Jameis Winston May Not Attend 2015 NFL Draft
Quarterback planning to spend day with family and friends....


Muhammad Ali Rooting for Manny Pacquiao Over Floyd Mayweather
"The Greatest" likes what Pacman stands for beyond boxing....


Muhammad Ali's Daughter Says Boxing Icon Is OK
Muhammad Ali's daugher May May Ali said her father is OK, putting to rest rumors that he is near de...


Ala. dental spat may foreshadow Obama plan effects
Ala. dental spat may foreshadow Obama plan effects...


Mom Who Left Kids in Hot Car May Avoid Prosecution
Mom who left her children in a hot car may avoid prosecution....


This Day in Black History: May 20, 2003
Ruben Studdard becomes the first Black winner of American Idol on May 20, 2003....


The Pursuit of Happyness on BET, May 29
Will Smith and Jaden Smith star in the film based on the life of Chris Gardner....


This Day in Black History: May 6, 1931
Retired Major League Baseball player Willie Mays was born on May 6, 1931....


This Day in Black History: May 8, 1932
Professional boxing champion Sonny Liston is believed to have been born on May 8, 1932....


This Day in Black History: May 13, 1950
Legendary singer, songwriter and composer Stevie Wonder was born in Saginaw, Michigan....


This Day in Black History: May 24, 1918
Coleman Young, the first Black mayor of Detroit, was born on May 24, 1918....


This Day in Black History: May 12, 1951
Former congressman Oscar De Priest died of complications from a bus accident on May 12, 1951....


This Day in Black History: May 1, 1997
Alexis Margaret Herman became the first African-American appointed to the position of U.S. secretar...


Big Brother May Soon Stop Watching You
Lawmakers hope to end the National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone data....


May Is National Lupus Awareness Month
The Lupus Foundation of America estimates there are 1.5 million women in the U.S living with the ch...


This Day in Black History: May 9, 1963
Arthur Wergs Mitchell, the first Black Democrat elected to Congress, died in Petersburg, Virginia, ...


R. Prophet May Sue Cops for Tasing
Former Nappy Roots rapper says multiple tasings incident was racial profiling....


Southern Diet, Fried Foods, May Raise Stroke Risk
Diet might explain as much as two-thirds of the excess stroke risk seen in blacks versus whites....

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