Tag Archives: Jackie Robinson
They say behind every great man is a great...man?
While he has become the face of the Civil Rights Movement, he had some equally…
By Jonathan Hailey
On Jackie Robinson anniversary, Atlanta now has the most exciting outfield in baseball
Braves recently acquired Justin Upton from the Diamondbacks.
By Darren Sands
Check out the list
More than 150 gathered at the New York Stock Exchange last night to honor the…
By Derek T. Dingle
The Woman of Power continues her push for equality in workplace for women
Two decades after testifying against Clarence Thomas, Anita Hill continues her fight against sexual harassment…
By Andrew Wadium
NLBM President Bob Kendrick (Image: Negro Leagues Baseball Museum)
On July 8th, Major League Baseball players…
By Mia N. Hall
Raynard Jackson takes a critical look at why Obama’s rise was historic, but not transformational for the Black community
Before Barack Obama there was Jesse Jackson. Here’s a look at the lasting impact Jesse…
By Raynard Jackson
Pioneering physicians, researchers and surgeons
Take a look at black women making big strides as physicians and researches.
There's still a few weeks left in summer and Orlando may be your final destination
Here are a few tips to save before summer is really over