Activist, scholar, and writer Dr, Angela Davis will present at Southwestern College’s Speaker Series on Wednesday, March 15th.
Born in Birmingham, Alabama in 1944, during Jim Crow, Angela Davis, a master scholar who studied at Sorbonne, became internationally known during the early seventies for her revolutionary
Joni Sledge, founding member of music group Sister Sledge has died at aged 60.
Her publicist Biff Warren told CNN on Saturday, The Sledge family was shocked by her death as she had not been ill, Warren said. The cause of death was unknown.
Formed in Philadelphia
If you’re looking for a brunch place with a cool atmosphere, The Patio on Goldfinch is the spot. Located in Mission Hills, off of Washington Street this is the second Patio restaurant in San Diego, with the first being located in Pacific Beach.
I must admit, we were
Chance The Rapper recent million-dollar donation to Chicago public schools has inspired other celebrities to step up and invest in America's youth. Seattle Seahawks star Michael Bennett recently vowed to donate his 2017 endorsement money to underserved communities.
"I was inspired by Chance the Rapper to ‘think bigger’ when
In celebration of International Women's Day and Women's History Month, it's with great pride to share with you our picks of five Black Women Breaking Barriers. Check out these inspirational game changers below:
1. Asnath Mahapa was fascinated by planes as a teenager, little did she know
Aldis Hodge, the actor who we watched play high school quarterback Ray "Voodoo" Tatum, the displaced Hurricane Katrina victim on the Emmy-Award winning T.V. series "Friday Night Lights" is on a roll these days. Recently, he played Janelle Monáe’s husband Levi in the Oscar-nominated film
Chance the Rapper is the man!
The man that puts his money where his mouth is.
The three time Grammy-award winning artist held a press conference today at Westcott Elementary School in Chicago to announce that he is donating $1 million to Chicago Public Schools. He shouted.
“Our kids should
Women's History Month has started off on a very positive note for Delta Airlines. The airline announced on their website that two women made history last week from Delta by being the first two black female pilots to fly together in a cockpit.
Atlanta based first Officer Dawn
Former U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday, March 2 was named this year's winner of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library's "Profile in Courage" award, an annual honor for leaders who stand up to political opponents.
The museum cited Obama's signature healthcare reform law, which his
On Saturday, the 2017 Biocom San Diego Festival of Science & Engineering kicked off its week long festival week starting with Expo Day at Petco Park. Returning in its 9th year, the inspirational event was filled with families that include, future innovators, scientists, engineers and over 130 local