Articles in Black History

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by NBG Admin on September 22, 2020
Black Medical Physicist Makes History, Becomes Fellow of the American College of Radiology
by NBG Admin on September 22, 2020
Mr. Charles Michael Able is among the distinguished scientist and clinical research professionals in the field of radiology to receive the Fellow of the American College of Radiology – one of the highest honors awarded to diagnostic radiologists, rad... Read full article
by NBG Admin on September 22, 2020
Colorado Makes History With Record-Breaking Number of Black Women Judges
by NBG Admin on September 22, 2020
Five Black women are currently serving as judges in Colorado, which is a record-breaking number in the state. They were appointed by Gov. Jared Polis during a period of less than two years.... Read full article
by NBG Admin on September 16, 2020
105-Year Old Black Woman is Suing Tulsa for the Black Wall Street Massacre
by NBG Admin on September 16, 2020
Lessie Benningfield Randle, a 105-year old Black woman from Tulsa, Oklahoma, one of two known survivors of the tragic Tulsa massacre that is still alive, has filed a lawsuit demanding reparations. ... Read full article
by NBG Admin on September 10, 2020
MLK, Jr. Signed Photograph to Philadelphia's First Black Deputy Police Commissioner Up For Auction
by NBG Admin on September 10, 2020
The vintage semi-glossy photo of Reverend King, his lapel bearing a pin that reads, "I Believe in Human Dignity," is signed and inscribed, "To Captain Edwards, With Warm Personal Regards, Martin Luther King, Jr." ... Read full article
by NBG Admin on September 10, 2020
Bass Reeves: A Legend In His Own Time, A Hero In Ours
by NBG Admin on September 10, 2020
One-hundred-ten years after his death, the story of the first black US Marshal arrives at Walmart in a new comic book published by Allegiance Arts & Entertainment. Kevin Grevioux, actor-writer and creator of the Underworld and I, Frankenstein film fr... Read full article
by NBG Admin on September 8, 2020
Black Woman Astronaut Will Be the First to Visit International Space Station
by NBG Admin on September 8, 2020
Jeanette Epps, a NASA astronaut, will soon make history as the first-ever Black woman to fly to the International Space Station on a mission into orbit. It will also be her first space flight in her career.... Read full article
by NBG Admin on September 6, 2020
Story of Legendary LeMoyne-Owen College Coach Featured at the Burbank International Film Festival
by NBG Admin on September 6, 2020
The documentary "1st Forgotten Champions: The Legacy of Jerry C. Johnson" by filmmaker Morreco Coleman is a semi-finalist in the Burbank International Film Festival. The Jerry C. Johnson Foundation is giving away FREE tickets to view it online.... Read full article
by NBG Admin on September 4, 2020
Africanancestry.com Calls for Black People to ‘Remember Who You Are’
by NBG Admin on September 4, 2020
African Ancestry, Inc. (AfricanAncestry.com) today announced its one-of-a-kind Remember Who You Are (RWYA) campaign created to remind and educate people of color on the collective power woven in African DNA. More than a one-off, empty promise, Rememb... Read full article
by NBG Admin on September 3, 2020
Black Historian to Release New Book of African American Monuments and Statues
by NBG Admin on September 3, 2020
Tammy Gibson is an entrepreneur, historian, traveler, and educational speaker. Her mission is to raise awareness, impact the youth, and preserve pride in African American culture through her personal journey. Her passion began at a young age in Chica... Read full article
by NBG Admin on September 1, 2020
World’s Largest Collection of African Bronzes Located in Orlando
by NBG Admin on September 1, 2020
One of the best-kept secrets in Orlando is sure to draw interest from around the world. Bronze Kingdom is an African art museum and gallery, which houses an exquisite collection of art from 28 countries on the African continent. In particular, it has... Read full article
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