This Memorial Day we remember Vietnam veteran Melvin Morris, a 5-foot-4 Army soldier, who defied the odds and showed…
A long forgotten burial ground of freed slaves was unearthed and became a national landmark.
The minstrel drawings and dolls were on sale beside Nazi memorabilia.
The activist found out she's a direct descendant of the Founding Fathers. We talked to the genealogist behind the…
The Black National Anthem has become a hot topic. But according to the James Weldon Johnson Foundation, we still…
The Super Bowl spotlighted "Lift Every Voice and Sing," the century-old classic adopted as the Black American…
A number of white contractors declined taking down Confederate statues.
Decades after a 1980s police bombing in Philadelphia killed 11 people, controversy surrounds the actions police took…
"Buffalo Rangers" Series Will Celebrate Only All-Black Special Operations Combat Unit In The History of U.S.
The show will also take a closer look at the unit's efforts during the Korean War.
The artifacts were returned to the Nigerian government earlier this week.
A new online petition is calling for Britain to return of the Rosetta stone and other artifacts to Egypt
The celebration honored both Mary B. Horne and her family’s impact on the city of Tulsa.
The legacy of community leader and activist, Harold Lucas Jr. lives on in his beloved Bronzeville.
The monument is located at the Central Intelligence Agency headquarters in Langley.
Officials want to sell the property but slave descendants are working hard to preserve the historic site.
The movie gave us a peek into Dahomey's slave trade, but this is the story behind how it started.
It is the first of its kind to celebrate vets, both past and present, for their service in all U.S. wars.
It’s been 60 years since the two saw each other that tragic day.
Promises remain unkept to Tampa Bay residents who believed a segregation-era cemetery had been relocated in 1955.
The alternative to Black History Month began in 1979 and recognizes radical thought leaders.