This past weekend marked the beginning of a new national effort to preserve the narrative and legacy of African Americans when the famed National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) hosted its first two events in ChiTown as part of the National Community Curation Program. NMAAHC’S month-long visit kicked off Saturday with “#gODTalk,”…
The Chicago Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Museum of African-American History and Culture invite you to participate in a National Community Curation Project! This event is FREE and RSVP is required.
Wall to wall Black excellence, in abundance, with a purpose — to invest in the education of Chicago’s best and brightest.
There is a shift happening in America and black women are at the forefront. While the number of black women in leadership continues to rise, spaces where they can learn, create and thrive remain stagnant.
If the world is eager for another internet challenge, Senator Cory Booker propsoed a great one on Monday night.
With so much information packed into one evening, it was hard to capture only one or even three interesting points. I found ten instead.
If my life has taught me one thing so far, it is that I have a passion for uplifting the black community—specifically black girls and women.
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The work Britney Robbins is doing through The Gray Matter Experience (GME) is vital to seeing the kind of leadership we want to see in our schools, homes and neighborhoods.