Harlem’s Schomburg Center has opened Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis’ archives to the public.
An African-American first appeared on a U.S. postage stamp in 1940—the first of several memorable stamps to feature Black people.
Actor and activist Harry Belafonte recently sat down with Roland Martin for an exclusive interview to discuss his upcoming social justice music festival Many Rivers To Cross, his views about Colin Kaepernick’s National Anthem protest, and the fight for social justice. During the course of their chat, Mr. Belafonte explained what it means to be […]
Paul Leroy Robeson stands as one of the most accomplished African-American figures that sprung forth from the Harlem Renaissance movement early during the 20th Century. Excelling in both academics and athletics, Robeson would later take on singing and acting on his way to becoming an international sensation. As time went on, Robeson was briefly active […]
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