Black History Month

Stanley Nelson’s critically-acclaimed documentary The Black Panthers: Vanguard Of The Revolution aired on PBS last night and quickly became the number one trending topic on Twitter. While the film wasn’t without its controversy, much like its subject matter, it was a powerful chronicle of the Party’s enduring, often misunderstood legacy. It’s impossible to break down an entire […]

Dr. Ravi K. Perry believes that Virginia high school students should understand how structural oppression obstructs racial equality.

Michelle Obama celebrated Black History Month by hosting a special event in honor of the contributions women of color have made to dance.

Franchesca "Chescaleigh" Ramsey explains why the contributions of Black Americans should be celebrated.

It’s Black History Month and that history is not excluded from the history of the NFL’s big game which celebrates a milestone 50 years at tonight’s Super Bowl in the San Francisco Bay Area of California, pitting the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers in a head to head, winner-take-all match up . A legendary HBCU […]

Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, Koffee Day Spa is an upscale boutique spa experience that promises to not only leave your skin rejuvenated but…

Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, Koffee Day Spa is an upscale boutique spa experience that promises to not only leave your skin rejuvenated but lift your spirits. The appointment only oasis, specializes in services that range from massages to body scrubs, waxes, manicure/pedicures and facials, Koffee prides itself on offering a luxury experience at […]

In February during Karen in the Afternoon its Black HER-Story Month where we are celebrating Black History month everyday with a “She Fact.” Today we acknowledge Oscar nominated actress, poet, screenwriter, playwright, journalist, and activist Ruby Dee. Born in Cleveland, OH; she was a midewest girl who made power moves in entertainment and the civil […]

Don’t let Diane Nash’s small role in the film "Selma" fool you. She was a crucial figure in the Freedom Rides, the lunch counter sit-ins, protests for Blacks’ voting rights and the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1965.