About 8,000 Starbucks stores were expected to close Tuesday to teach employees how not to be racist.
Ruth Simmons has achieved a series of historic firsts. At a point in life where most are retired or soon will be, the longtime educator and academic is still going. Simmons is currently the eighth president of Prairie View A&M University, coming out of retirement to become the first woman to lead the institution. Simmons […]
Memorial Day weekend is the kick off of the city curfew for Baltimore City youth under the age of 16. According to the new law, youth under the age of 14 must be in the house between 9pm and 6am the next morning. For teens 14 to 16, they must be off the streets from […]
The role that Black soldiers have played while fighting foreign wars on behalf of American has been sorely understated.
Until the 21st century, the contributions of African-American soldiers in World War II barely registered in America’s collective memory of that war.
According to the most recent data numbers, African-Americans make up roughly 17 percent of today’s military but their contribution to this nation’s military is significant. Black soldiers have been under employ by the nation in every major American war, although in the 18th and 19th centuries, it was done by coercion, force and desperation. A […]
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency on May 27 after heavy rain flooded Ellicott City, leaving comparable damage to the 2016 floods where cars were washed away and property was destroyed.