Black History Month

Why Carter G. Woodson Is The ‘Father ...

Apr 05, 2019No Comments

Carter Godwin Woodson was born in 1875 to former slaves and, as the second African-American to earn a doctorate from Harvard, become one of the

Thurgood Marshall – The Granddaddy of...

Apr 02, 20192 Comments

Thurgood Marshall along with 6 other supreme court justices legalized mass murder in 1973. We celebrate his contributions to Black History Month.

Fighting For Her Rightful Place in History:...

Dec 25, 20181 Comment

15-year-old Claudette Colvin refused to stand up for a white passenger in March of 1955. Nine months later seasoned civil rights advocate, Rosa Parks, also

The Heat: Black History Month in the US Pt ...

Nov 13, 2018No Comments

February is Black History Month in the United States – a time to reflect on African American history and contributions to society. And while some

Black History Month: Burundian community in...

Oct 09, 20181 Comment

Francois Nzotungwanimana is a local engineer and the driving force behind the raising of the Burundian flag on Sudbury’s Bridge of Nations. He sits with

Black History Month: Commissioner Barbara S...

Sep 04, 20181 Comment

Her grandmother taught her about African American history through artifacts and now Commissioner Barbara Sharief is sharing her amazing collection with CBS4 News. Take a

President Donald J Trumps meeting with Afri...

Aug 27, 2018No Comments

LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE Keep up-to-date with the latest Videos. President Donald Trump meeting with community leaders to discuss…

Black History Month Day 3 Hero of the unbor...

Jul 04, 20184 Comments

Celebrating Democratic heroes of unborn black babies for Black History Month. Is Hillary Clinton a champion of unborn black babies?

Homosexuality In Kemet? Forgotten BLACK HIS...

Jan 12, 201734 Comments

A look at a few forgotten, but no less important, Black/African historical facts as told by historian, Ashra Kwesi. Was the original statue of liberty

Black History Facts Oprah Winfrey

Dec 04, 2016No Comments

Black History Facts Oprah Winfrey.