Today in Black History, I wanted to pay homage to woman who inspired me as runner making it ok to be fly and fashionable when going for the gold. Today, we honor the fastest woman of all time, Florence “Flo Jo” Griffith Joyner! May you continue to rest in paradise. Read more about her here.
A fact of the day inside Black History Month is on James Avery aka Uncle Phil from Fresh Prince. Did you know that he was a veteran?
Fred Jones Born in Kentucky on May 17, 1893, Fred McKinley was, at first, raised by his widowed father, a white Irish-American, following the early death of his mother, an African-American. Jones’s father later left him with Catholic priests, where he was taken care of and educated.. He had a quick and very brilliant mind […]
Throughout the month of February, I plan to showcase star power inside Black History Month! Tonight, I want to showcase singer, actor and comedian Jamie Foxx with a Black History Fact of the Day.
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Here’s how Congressman Chaka Fattah is making Living History Congressman Chaka Fattah is a senior member of the House Appropriations Committee. This committee is responsible…
When we think about Missy Elliott we tend to think about the eccentric rapper with creative flows and outrageous outfits. But before that she was in an R&B girl group, so not only does Missy know how to harmonize, she can also put a song together. You may think of Timbaland as more of the […]
A father of two was injured for standing up for a black teenager, who was being bullied by three grown men. Read the heroic story by clicking here.