A coast-to-coast protest

Amid a season of peaceful protests and angry riots erupting across the country and globe in response to the death of George Floyd, one man was quietly taking action for different cause in a different […]


Churches vandalized across the US

A rash of vandalism at churches has left a statue of Jesus Christ headless and some set ablaze. The reports come amid a national debate over what to do about offensive and controversial statues. President […]


CBCF Commemorates the Life of Rep. John R. Lewis

Social Justice Fellowship named in honor of the Late Congressman WASHINGTON — CBCF President & CEO, Tonya Veasey and Board Chairman, Rep. Cedric Richmond announce today the National Racial Equity Initiative for Social Justice fellowship program will […]


A couch potato at 6,500 feet

Lounging on the sofa and eating chips while watching TV may well be a favorite pastime during the current pandemic. Even from an altitude of 6,500 feet. That’s what “couch potato” paraglider Hasan Kaval did […]


From staying at home to cycling to Tibet

While the coronavirus stifled many opportunities, a single dad in China came up with a unique solution: He took his 4-year-old daughter on an inspiring 2,500-mile cycling journey to Tibet over two months. Dou Haobei, […]