Officials are set to convene a three-day U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit on Capitol Hill beginning Monday.
CFA Founder Prepares for Major Summit
Melvin Foote may have fit right in with the 1980s conglomerate of rock stars that came to be known as U.S.A. for Africa.
'HistoryMakers' Archives Relocate
The U.S. Library of Congress in Southeast acquired in June the "HistoryMakers" video archive collection, which contains thousands of hours of interviews of prominent figures about African-American life, culture and the struggles and achievements of the black experience.
The hierarchy of the NCAA isn't pleased with the lack of African-American head coaches in Division I men's basketball.
Researchers Seek to Reduce Infant Mortality Rates
New research by officials at the American Academy of Pediatrics in Northwest has revealed that bed-sharing remains an important factor in sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), particularly among younger infants.
Blacks, Latino Educators Find other Professions
Minorities are significantly underrepresented in public schools, despite the fact that the number of black and Latino students have increased.
Former Finals MVP Inks 2-Year Deal
With the balance of power suddenly shifting in the NBA’s Eastern Conference, the Washington Wizards have seized upon an opportunity to elevate the franchise’s championship hopes.
46,000 Could Be Eligible for Early Release
Reducing federal prison terms for drug traffickers currently incarcerated has excited a population that had all but given up hope.
Movie Opens in Nigeria, Available Domestically on DVD
The Nigerian government will finally allow its citizens to see what Americans and others have called one of the unsung movies of the year.
The lack of African-American head coaches at NCAA Division I basketball programs remain a hot-button topic around water coolers nationwide.