Get Tickets Now! Detroit, get ready BWe NEXT (The Black Women’s Expo) is coming to Huntington Place, June 18 – 19, 2022!Prepare for big entertainment, fashion shows, and a chance to see some of your […]
By: Kymberly Amara When discussing venture capital, investing, and luxury, one rarely pictures Black men at the helm. However, at East Chop Capital, co-founders Carrington M. Carter and Calvin L. Butts are not only driving […]
This FREE virtual event will provide a much-needed platform to discuss the challenges Black families are facing at the intersection of COVID-19 and mental wellness. Thursday, April 28, 2022 6 p.m. CST / 7 p.m. […]
Artist collected plastic litter from beaches and parks in several countries, to create an installation for the World Trade Center.
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By Ben Jealous Black history is American history. That shouldn’t be a controversial statement. But thanks to politicians like Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin, teaching honestly about history is getting downright dangerous. Youngkin got elected in […]
The idea, however, has been beset with technical problems that have, to date, limited the type of organs that can be printed.
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Written by: Jessica L. DupreePhotos: Billy Montgomery Fashion designer turned Filmmaker Andrea Ward always knew that her innate talent for creativity and storytelling would take her places she once dreamed of. The Atlanta based creative […]
By S.Y. Bowland (Editor), Hasshan Batts (Editor), Beth Roy (Editor), Mary Adams Trujillo (Editor) Beyond Equity and Inclusion in Conflict Resolution: Re-centering the Profession examines the many ways racism manifests in a professional field. Useful for any field that […]
Special Events will be held throughout 2022 for learning partners, alumni, course facilitators, and supporters as the JCSTS platform continues to pave education possibilities for leaders in their communities, congregations, and circles of influence. Johnson C. […]