Filmmaker Nate Parker Will Launch New School Dedicated to Film and Drama at Historically...

Wiley College officially announced early Sunday that one of the stars of The Great Debaters, actor, director, producer, writer and musical performer Nate Parker, is starting a...

5 Places HBCUs Appear In The National Museum Of African American History Culture

The National Museum of African American History and Culture is a sight to behold. With about 85,000 square feet of exhibition space, the museum houses almost 3,000...

Soon It Will Be Summertime Year-Round Thanks to Howard Student

Soon, every day of the year will be summertime; not the season, summer, but the season for Howard University junior, Summer Hill. Born in Philly to a hard-working...

Michael Brown “Art” Exhibit Gets Mixed Reviews

The Root: Kirsten West Savali Images of Michael Brown’s desecrated body are already emblazoned across the hearts and minds of every black person who has ever realized that...

Morehouse Student Uses The Power Of Art To Debunk The Boys Don’t Cry Myth

Jamel Smith, 21, is a senior at Morehouse College in Atlanta, a Marketing representative for Universal Music Group, and a creative himself. However, he is most passionate...

Hampton University Museum to Honor Elizabeth Catlett

Hampton University Museum will be showcasing a new exhibit in honor of the 100th birthday of the late African-American artist Elizabeth Catlett. The school has acquired more...

Jackson State Honors “My Life Has Value: We Wear the Mask” Artist

Jackson State University Newsroom A reception honoring artist frank d. robinson, jr., will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, July 17, by Jackson State University’s Gallery1 in celebration...

Talladega College Showcases Historic Murals in Chicago

A TALLADEGA BREEZE SWEEPS THE WINDY CITY TALLADEGA COLLEGE HOSTS EXHIBITION RECEPTION IN CHICAGO Talladega, Alabama— Chicago is the third most populous city in the U.S., and it’s...

Fayetteville State Announces Two New Degrees

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – The Department of Performing and Fine Arts at Fayetteville State University (FSU) has announced the creation of the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Visual...

105 Historic Objects on Display at NCCU’s 105th Anniversary Celebration

Durham, N.C. – A collection of 105 artifacts dating back to the early years of North Carolina Central University will be exhibited on campus July 1 in...

A Look At Howard Grad Alma Thomas’ Late-Blooming Career

Peter Schjeldahl, writing in The New Yorker, says that Alma Thomas was a late-blooming painter—indeed, many of Thomas's best work came toward the end of her incredible...

Environmental Artist Tyree Guyton Explores ‘The Heidelberg Project and the Power of Art’ at...

ATLANTA  -- Environmental artist Tyree Guyton will explore his work through a conversation, screening and performance art installation at Spelman College March 26-27, 2015. Presented by Spelman's Distinguished...

FAMU Literary Series Headliner: Novelist Walter Mosley

Those with a painful history are apt either to forget or rewrite their history. While some, like talk-show host Steve “I don’t really care for slavery” Harvey,...

The Dance Theatre of Harlem Has Returned!

The Dance Theater of Harlem has had its fair share of trials and tribulations over the last several years. But if Virginia Johnson, the artistic director of Dance Theater...

Howard University Student Creates Online Magazine For And By Minorities

Howard University junior, Alexa Lisitza, has recently launched an online magazine for and by minority students. Student writers from Howard University, Morehouse College, Spelman College, Georgia State University,...

Meet Howard University DJ Morgan KTA

Morgan Williams aka Morgan KTA is a sophomore, African American Studies major, History minor from Los Angeles, CA. She is also one of the rising DJs on campus!...

Howard Alum Ta-Nehisi Coates’ ‘Black Panther’ Gets A Spin-Off Series

A new spin-off series of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Black Panther comic book was announced Friday and it is generating a lot of buzz everywhere. Coates, a national correspondent at...

Morehouse College’s Student Newspaper, The Maroon Tiger, Presents Blk Boys

It's not every college newspaper staff hopes to create a project on the 21st-century black man. But Morehouse College's student newspaper, The Maroon Tiger, and staff had every...

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