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This Day in Black History: Aug. 27, 1963
W. E. B. Du Bois died in Ghana, West Africa, on Aug. 27, 1963....


This Day in Black History: March 26, 1962
Sculptor and educator Augusta Savage died at age 70 on March 26, 1962....


This Day in Black History: July 11, 1905
W.E.B. Du Bois and William M. Trotter form the Niagara Movement....


Diploma of Harvard College's First Black Graduate to Be Auctioned
Richard Greener's 144-year-old diploma will go on sale on Aug. 6 in Chicago....


This Day in Black History: June 1, 1920
Scholar and activist W.E.B. Dubois is awarded the sixth NAACP Spingarn Medal for founding the Pan A...


This Day in Black History: July 11, 1905
W.E.B. Du Bois founded the Niagara Movement....


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


Nas Talks Race Relations on CNN
Queens MC says Americans are "looking like barbarians."...


Mass. Town Makes Peace with Du Bois, a Native Son
Mass. Town Makes Peace with Du Bois | a Native Son...


Unemployed, Incarcerated, or Dead, Take Your Pick
Almost half of high school male graduates of color between the ages of 15 and 24 will end up unempl...


Civil Rights Museum Opens in Great Barrington, Massachusetts
The W.E.B. Du Bois Center in Great Barrington recently unveiled the Museum of Civil Rights Pioneers...


This Day in Black History: March 6, 1957
Ghana became the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to obtain its independence on March 6, 1957....


"Free at Last," Mandela Said, Quoting King
Former South African President Nelson Mandela and American civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther Ki...


Two More Harlem Streets Named for Black Leaders
Two More Harlem Streets Named for Black Leaders...


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


How To Overcome The Cost Of Care
CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden weighs in on racial health disparities and health care....


Commentary: Healing in the Wake of the Verdict
Coping with the outcome of the George Zimmerman trial....


Student immigrants use civil rights-era strategies
Student immigrants use civil rights-era strategies...


Commentary: Herman Cain Is Wrong About Planned Parenthood
Far from being an agent of "genocide," as Herman Cain outrageously charges, Planed Parenthood helps...


Commentary: Can Garveyism Improve Jamaica?
Jamaican leaders are hoping Black nationalist Marcus Garvey’s legacy can help the flagging island n...

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