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Black History6 days ago

Reflections of a 1960’s Demonstrator

First Person by Hazel StewartMy mother was slightly to the right of John Birch. And during the civil rights demonstrations,...

Black History2 weeks ago

Beautiful Words from The Grandassa Models

The Grandassa Models have sought to heal our people from the hair trauma brought on by the rejection of our...

Black History3 weeks ago

Black Women Veterans Demand Social Justice

By Fern GillespieIn remembrance of Veteran’s Day and the Black women who served this country, Our Time Press reached out...

Black History3 weeks ago

History-Making Natural-Hair Role Models
are Still Beautiful and Culture-Proud

by Maitefa AngazaThere’s a wonderful photographic art show up at the New-York Historical Society (NYHS). Black Is Beautiful: The Photography...

Black History1 month ago

50th Anniversary of Shirley Chisholm’s run for President Commemorated at Virtual Awards Ceremony on Nov. 4

National leaders in politics, business and the arts will be honored by the The Shirley Chisholm Cultural Institute at its...

Black History2 months ago

W. E. B. Du Bois Complex in Accra, Ghana will be a global center for Pan African study, culture, and tourism

Last month, The W. E. B. Du Bois Museum Foundation unveiled plans and renderings for the new W. E. B....

Black History2 months ago

Brooklyn’s Black Suffragists Honored with Plaque and Parade in Fort Greene

By Fern Gillespie It was the 1880s in Post-Reconstruction America, and Black men had limited voting rights, and Black women,...

Black History2 months ago

Plans Unveiled for $20 Million Pan
African Center by Sir David Adjaye
Honoring W.E.B. DuBois

Last month, The W. E. B. Du Bois Museum Foundation unveiled plans and renderings for the new W. E. B....