African-American Women Help Drive Black Press

March 29, 2017 Stacy Brown 0

As much as John Russwurm and the Rev. Samuel Cornish boldly declared their mission of being the voice for the African-American community with the publication of Freedom’s Journal in 1827, publishers of the Black Press have remained in the task of speaking for those without a platform, standing up for victims of injustice and championing the unsung. [read more…]

MLK’s Legacy for Black America in 2017

January 16, 2017 Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. 0

As the United States of America and the global community salutes, recognizes and commemorates the 88th birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., it is a providential time to reassess the meaning and challenges of Dr. King’s legacy for Black America in this year of profound change, anxiety and hope. [read more…]

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