Ferguson’s looters work for racists and oppressors and they don’t even know it. When Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, the African American community was engulfed in flames, from Detroit to Harlem. Even parts of Los Angeles felt the effects of the self-destructive behavior: humiliation and oppression. Unfortunately and due to the absence of […]
Charles G. and David H. Koch’s $25 million donation to the UNCF blazes a trail for budding entrepreneurs. This dynamic gift will enable students who attend UNCF-member institutions the opportunity to reach their highest potential. The spirit of entrepreneurism and the ideals, liberty and well-being, drive the giving at Koch Industries Inc. and the Charles […]
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Today in black history, in the year 1948, Bryant Gambel, the first African American to anchor a national network morning news and entertainment program was born. Known for his 15 years as co-host of NBC’s The Today Show, was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, to Rhea Alice (née LeCesne), a city clerk, and Richard Dunbar […]
In anticipation of Motown’s 51st Anniversary next month, we’re breaking down some of the labels most iconic artists and albums throughout time. It was just about 51 years ago, that Berry Gordy, music industry veteran took out a $800 loan from his family to launch Motown Records in Detroit. Since its creation, Motown has birthed […]