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Denzel Washington is leading the effort to restore August Wilson’s Pittsburgh home.
AT&T has launched a new initiative to bring more employment opportunities to Chicago.
Black venture capitalist Angelique Brunner is using her business acumen and resources to revitalize underserved areas in Washington, D.C.
Google launched Tech Exchange as an avenue to increase racial representation within the realm of tech.
Elton Brand has become the fourth Black general manager in the NBA.
Black tech entrepreneur Silas Adekunle is on his way to becoming the highest paid robotics engineer in the world.
The Power of You Teens—a New York City-based non-profit organization—was created to teach girls the importance of self-confidence.
The National Park Service recently provided 18 historically Black colleges and universities with grants in efforts to conserve historic buildings…
After spending 27 years behind bars for a crime that he didn’t commit, John Bunn is advocating for reading in…
The largest state park in New York City will be named after Shirley Chisholm.
Disrupt Harlem Code Squad—a free Harlem-based tech and entrepreneurship program—is aiming to diversify the tech industry by empowering opportunity youth…
Mary Frances Early, the University of Georgia’s first Black graduate, will be honored by the institution.
Chance the Rapper’s organization SocialWorks has teamed up with Lyft to raise money for Chicago Public Schools.
Luther Younger, 99, walks six miles every day to be by his wife Waverlee’s side at the Strong Memorial Hospital.
Wanda Austin was recently appointed to serve as the interim president of the University of Southern California; becoming the first…
Talameika and Charles Brice were enlisted by the Jackson Arts Council to paint a mural of Barack Obama at the…
15-year-old Tomisin Ogunnubi is making waves in the tech industry with the creation of an app designed to find children…
Inginia Genao, M.D.—a physician, author, and Yale University professor—is aiming to increase racial representation in the medical field.
After graduating from East Mississippi Community College, Brendell Allen will pursue her Bachelor’s degree at Howard University.
In an effort to increase the representation of Black first-generation college students at Spelman College, the institution has teamed up…
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