Friday, February 24, 2017

“Who, Then, Will Speak For The Common Good?” Congresswoman Barbara Jordan

In 1972 Barbara Charline Jordan became the first black member of Congress elected from Texas. Two years later this freshman Representative became a national...

Free Les Nubians Concert

The Artists Collective’s free community concert featuring Les Nubians has been rescheduled to Saturday, January 21, at 8:00 p.m. made possible in part by...

Black History: Looking Back and Moving Forward

A 2015 Black History Month Opinion Editorial By State Representative Douglas McCrory February is Black History Month.  Every year, for twenty-eight days, we take time to reflect...

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Shopping While Black: Beautiful Things Lifestyle Boutique Offers Three Shoppers an Ugly Experience ...

When East Hartford native Teshell Drummond and her sister accompanied their mother on her quest to find a dress to wear to a funeral,...

Garvey By Charlie Costict

  “…. was the first man of color to lead and develop a mass movement. He was the first man on a mass scale and...

Another Dimension of Black History: Black Revolution in the Caribbean By Demetrius Dillard

As “Black History Month” progresses, it is imperative that the public be educated on a burgeoning topic known as the Black revolution, which cannot...