While many believe the U.S. housing market has completely rebounded since the crisis in 2008, experts are saying that millions of people are still...

A fence across from a Springfield, MO, elementary school was graffitied with a racial slur and the acronym “KKK.” The graffiti was brought to...

The DuSable Museum of African American History has a new chief curator – Leslie Guy, an arts consultant and curator of collections and exhibits...

Understanding the level of energy access required across such a diverse continent as Africa remains an on-going challenge for potential investors to determine project...

A large company headquartered in South Florida is in the national spotlight this week with protests demanding increased wages and benefits taking place across...

On the heels of President Obama's State of the Union Address (SOTU) and under the leadership of USCM Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, nearly 300...

Terry don Foley's just released novel "We Mortal Men" addresses racial issues confronting society today and their origins in slavery. Inspired by the author's...

Minister and author Odule Bitol was a potential presidential candidate in the Haitian elections, before pulling out of the race in June 2015. Bitol...

INROADS, Inc., a multi-cultural nonprofit whose mission is leadership development, career preparation and creating opportunity for talented, underserved youth, appointed Seddrick T. Hill, Sr.,...

Following the success of scripted comedy series, Bounce TV -- the nation's first and only broadcast television network designed for African-American (AA) audiences and...