Presidential Proclamation: Col. Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers to Become National Monument

The Establishment of the Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument: The African American Experience Fund of the National Park Foundation was instrumental in making...

On This Day Jan. 13, 1966: LBJ Appoints Robert C. Weaver as First Black...

On This Day in history Jan. 13, 1966: President Lyndon Johnson appointed the first black cabinet member.  Robert C. Weaver was appointed to head...

President Obama Recognizes 150th Anniversary of Emancipation Proclamation Issued January 1, 1863

Happy New Year to all our supporters and readers! President Obama recognized the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. On this day, January 1,...

On This Day: Dec 29 President Andrew Johnson was Born, President Washington Acknowledged Seneca...

ON THIS DAY:  December 29 1790: President George Washington told the Seneca Nation that the U.S. was dedicated to friendship with Indians. “In future you cannot be...

Germany’s Brown Babies, Products of Post-WWII Interracial Love Affairs, Finally Have a Voice

Germany's Brown Babies, products of post-WWII love affairs, on quest to find black American fathers are finally being heard in new documentary, "Brown Babies:...

Actor Danny Glover: Second Amendment Written to Strengthen Slavery, Take Land From Native...

During a discussion with Texas A&M University students at an event to honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., actor Danny Glover said the...

This Day in History: Abraham Lincoln Delivers Gettysburg Address November 19, 1863

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  Abraham Lincoln delivers the Gettysburg Address, November 19, 1863, at the Gettysburg National Cemetery. Lincoln said:  "Four score and seven years...

Tavis Smiley Slams “Django Unchained” Calls it a “Spoof About Slavery”

Tavis Smiley slams "Django Unchained," calls it a "spoof about slavery." Is anyone surprised that he joins Spike Lee in panning the controversial movie?...

Today in History: President John F. Kennedy Assassinated in Dallas November 22, 1963

Today in History:  President John F. Kennedy assassinated November 22, 1963, as he and his wife rode in a motorcade through downtown Dallas. Lee Harvey...

TODAY IN HISTORY: President John F. Kennedy Signed Executive Order Banning Segregation in...

TODAY IN HISTORY:  November 20, 1962, President John F. Kennedy signs Executive Order 11063, which "prohibits discrimination in the sale, leasing, rental, or other disposition...

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