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At trunk parties, African-American students get support — and advice — before college
In less than a week, Nana Konadu Owusu will join the annual procession of freshmen headed to college when she departs for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. But days before the 18-year-old heads downstate, more than 100 friends and family ...
Music, food big hits at African American Festival
On a hot Sunday afternoon, crowds gathered around the stage at the Lucas County Fairgrounds to celebrate their community at the 13th annual African American Festival. This was the second year the festival was held in conjunction with The Blade’s ...
African-American history, identity celebrated at seven Savannah-area museums
Seven Savannah-area African American history museums and sites opened their doors to the public on Sunday to highlight the lives and identities The free museum day was in response to the call to Lift Every Voice given during the inaugural celebration of ...
Among a group of ground-breaking African American football players at Wake, a star QB
They were a quiet vanguard, unheralded upon arrival and almost forgotten today. First came a receiver, two linemen, a running back. Then, 50 years ago, came quarterback “Fast Freddie” Summers, setting records and sidestepping stereotypes. “Freddie ...
L.A. Sparks tour African-American museum
L.A. Sparks tour African-American museum The Los Angeles Sparks took a guided tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. Check out this story on The Los Angeles Sparks took a ...
Gulfport, Mississippi’s Coalition of African American Communities Receives $12K Grant
GULFPORT, Miss.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Coalition of African American Communities (COAAC) is proof that good can arise from a bad situation. The nonprofit, founded as The Amos Network following Hurricane Katrina, changed its name and focus in 2014 to offer ...
Smithsonian National Museum of African American History to feature Colin Kaepernick artifacts
by Ryan Lovelace | Aug 19, 2017, 4:03 PM Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email this article Share on LinkedIn Artifacts from former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's national anthem protests will reportedly soon be on display at the ...
Report: African American history museum to host a Colin Kaepernick exhibit
People have had a lot to say on Colin Kaepernick's decision to protest the national anthem, but there is one undeniable fact: It has impacted how we watch football. Now it's being recognized again. Kaepernick is getting his own exhibit in the National ...
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