We put together a few songs to sum up what Juneteenth means to Black people everywhere and also, well, it's Black Music Month, too!

Little Known Black History Facts

The late James Forman, a former leader of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, introduced his “Black Manifesto” document in April 1969 at a conference in Detroit. The manifesto demanded $500 million in reparations from white church organizations to make up for the crimes and injustices suffered by Black Americans. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! The […]

Little Known Black History Facts

By the mid-sixties, the civil rights movement showed signs of change as a younger, more radical base emerged. This week in 1966, Stokely Carmichael, later known as Kwame Ture, assumed the role of chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and shifted the group from its earlier ideology of nonviolence and racial inclusion. Carmichael, then […]

The Creators of Color movement just landed two new faces for their pro-black campaign, siblings Jussie Smollett and Journee Bell! The Empire star and his sister (she stars in WGN’s new scripted dramatic thriller Underground) are joining other advocates in a special portrait series to highlight diversity through imagery and essays.   The organizations goal is to shed light […]

For iPhone:   The Black Panther Party For Self Defense (BPP) was part of the Black Power movement of the ’60’s. Just as the Civil Rights Movement was beginning to wane, the Panthers stood as a radical and vocal response to the growing concerns of Black America. Huey Newton and Bobby Seale founded the Party […]