Little Known Black History Fact: Hazel Ingram

Hazel Ingram made headlines last year after working 60-plus years at New York’s Douglas Elliman offices on Madison Avenue \ as a cleaner. Ms. Ingram is back in the news again after she was named as part of New York’s Electoral College body in this year’s presidential election. Ingram, 93, was named an elector earlier this […]

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Little Known Black History Fact: Mae Jemison

Dr. Mae C. Jemison made history on this day in 1992 by becoming the first woman of color to travel to space. Dr. Jemison took her lone flight to the stars aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour before moving on to a stellar career in education. Mae Carol Jemison was born October 17, 1956 in Decatur, […]

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Watch: Farrkhan’s daughter says black women have been made into men

This video by Donna Farrakhan speaks to the emasculation of the black male that has occurred due to racism, imprisonment and other factors in our society. Listen to what she has to say and tell us, do you think she has a point? You can either watch the video below or download the podcast.

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