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On This Day in 1963, Medgar Evers Was Assassinated


On this day, June 12th, the African-American community lost one the most ardent and brave defenders of civil rights the United States had ever seen when Medgar Evers wa

Bronx Based Author Hosea James Givan II Launches Book “Reach Your Community”

Hosea James Givan II took full advantage of the limited social interactions brought on by the COVID-19 to craft a book called"Reach Your Community" that helps provide direction and solutions for a post-pandemic world.

Chris Webber To Teach Course On Athlete Activism At Morehouse College

The Michigan great and five-time All-NBA forward is teaching a course at Morehouse College called “Activism In Sports And Culture. Webber is also investing in a $100M private equity cannabis fund focused on supporting entrepreneurs from underrepresented communities.

Black History Reflection on the Howard University Student Protest of 1989

As February approaches its end, there are a few more ways to celebrate historical moments in Black America’s history. One event that many people...

The 15th National Black Writers Conference To Discuss Art as Activism

The Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College of CUNY will partner with Akila Worksongs for the 15th National Black Writers Conference, to start...

The Evolution of Basketball: There Are Too Many GOATS To Pick One

I want to have a conversation with all the basketball analysts, national panelists, and everyone in the basketball community from social media mouths to...

52 Years Later, John Carlos, Tommie Smith’s Silent Gesture Screams Louder Than Ever

October 16th is the 52nd anniversary of John Carlos and Tommie Smith's silent protest atop the Olympic medal stand in Mexico City. The image...

Black History Month In Focus: Classic Black Power Hip Hop Anthems

This is part of The Shadow League’s yearly Black History Month In Focus series celebrating Black excellence in sports and culture. *** Hip-Hop has long been an expression...

2 Hip-Hop Heads Bless Black Star’s Anniversary Show With Lower Tickets


Yasiin Bey and Talib Kweli are set to commemorate the 20th anniversary of their first and only album together where those lyrics originate, Mos Def and Talib Kweli are Black Star, at the 14th annual

55 Years Ago, Loyola-Chicago Inspired A Nation In “The Game Of Change”


The 1963 NCAA national title contest between Loyola-Chicago and two-time defending champs Cincinnati was much bigger than basketball. 

It represented something more important and crucial to the soul of America.