Backed by the renowned NY Philharmonic at Lincoln Center, famed composer Terence Blanchard covered his scores from classic Spike Lee joints.
As Black History Month gets off to a great start, our chairwoman Cathy Hughes spoke to Inc. about the importance of culture here at Urban ONE.
Who you calling "African American"?!
Celebrating Black History Month, we hit up Harlem for a new art exhibit from the eyes of 17 Black artists with vivid American stories to tell.
The New York City neighborhood was the backdrop of Gibson’s coming-of-age journey. Gibson and her family hailed from South Carolina and moved to the community during the Great Migration. The post Harlem Street Named After Trailblazing Tennis Legend Althea Gibson appeared first on NewsOne.
Barbie recognizes entrepreneur, philanthropist, and first documented self-made female millionaire Madam C.J. Walker with a Barbie doll in her likeness.
Montgomery’s story is a testament to Black resilience and ingenuity. He was one of the most influential Black men in all of American history.
As a result of her courageous efforts to uncover slave ships that sank during The Middle Passage, journalist-turned-pioneering-deep-diver Tara Roberts has now become the first Black woman to grace the cover of 'National Geographic' as a Nat Geo Explorer.
On Twitter, many are celebrating the author and anthropologist on what would have been her 130th birthday.
Everybody deserves a second chance.
One of the most common ways proposed to help shrink the racial wealth gap has been through homeownership, something that has eluded many Black people throughout American history.
We’re coming to the end of Black History Month and our tribute to books and authors. So what better way to wrap things up than to offer our picks for the top 10 Black authors you should be reading. No, this is not a comprehensive list – we keep telling you 10 choices is not […]