WE OWE YOU ONE, MARIAN Marian R. Croak – Developer of VoIP – Ability to make calls on a digital device. The reason you can still make a call over wifi when you didn’t pay your phone bill! Ever wondered how we went from using a house phone, then stopping at a pay phone while […]
The late Gordon Parks was a self-taught artist who went on to break several barriers while also capturing some of the most stirring images of Black America.
Black History NOW Celebrates the paths paved by those who broke the mold in areas of film, sports, science, art and business. Today, we celebrate The Fearless of Fashion: These icons of the runway made history - in living color.
Black History Month is a time for many things. It’s a time of reflection. A time of celebration. It’s also a time when we can collectively bask in appreciation for all the fine, inventive, and necessary contributions that our culture has gifted the world. It’s pretty amazing that you’d be hard-pressed to walk a city […]
#BlackHistoryNow will highlight the cultural impact of black excellence, with the acknowledgment of innovators, artists, athletes, black love and more.
He was the founding Dean of the law school at Howard University and helped create the department and was the first President of what is now Virginia State University and historically Black College.
The people gave some rather hilarious answers to some of D.L.'s questions and some you have to see and hear to believe.
Black History NOW Celebrates the paths paved by those who broke the mold in areas of film, sports, science, art and business. Today, we celebrate Titans of Sports: These icons of athleticism brought broke barriers and proved - while the world looked on - that passion, perseverance and dedication knows no color.
Today we honor Carter G Woodson. He was born in 1875. He was an American historian, author, journalist and founder of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History.
Last summer, two of the world’s biggest performers introduced a sound of music that many people in urban areas along the East Coast and Midwest are all too familiar with. When Drake dropped his highly anticipated seventh studio album, “Honestly, Nevermind” and Beyonce released her summer single “Break My Soul,” fans questioned what was this […]
The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) is proud to present the next page from Our American Story, an online series for Museum supporters.