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Re-Released Recordings Reveal Literary Titans In Their Youth You can listen to plenty of actors performing the works of William Shakespeare. But imagine if you could hear the voice of the young...
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Jordan Davis and the Conspiracy of Misdirection
We are still grappling with what Ralph Ellison, in his 1948 essay “Harlem is Nowhere,” called “the Negro’s perpetual alienation in the land of his birth.” Ellison confronts the challenges of...
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City College teacher wins Milken Educator Award
The rumor was that the president of the United States was going to appear at Baltimore City College on Thursday, so teacher Mark Miazga swapped his usual polo for a shirt and tie in case he got a...
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Reclaiming Mbira Music Heritage
American novelist and civil rights activist,
had this to say about the importance of history in the present in an essay titled "White Man's Guilt". "History, as nearly no one seems to...
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JOHN | Home Is Wherever You Rest Your Head
As a child, I spent a lot of time in airport terminals, passing time in between layovers. As unsettling as it was to be so unsettled, to move across time zones faster than my body could adapt, I grew...
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Harlem's Lenox Lounge Will Re-Open Down The Block...
Lenox Lounge is dead. Long live Lenox Lounge. The famous Harlem jazz club and destination was unfortunately shuttered at the very end of 2012 after a final New Year's Eve party, but will be...
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Harlem Jazz Shrines Festival Set for May 4-10
All tickets start at $10, unless otherwise noted. ScheduleSunday, May 44:00 pm - Columbia University presents Jazz Vespers featuring Brianna Thomas. Abyssinian Baptist Church Monday, May 56:30 pm -...
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A Reprieve From The Blue Period
... Kelela. Good God, I am killing this joint. (Peace be upon the great Jenny Deluxe for the recc.) I was thinking about "Drunk In Love" which--like all humans--I just adore. ("I would kill that horse...
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KERA Voices: Meet North Texans Who Are Making Bla...
This Black History month, we're looking at artists, educators and leaders in North Texas who face challenges in their communities -- and the world outside them -- by creating something new. As a part...
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What Makes Something A Black History Month Fact?
So what exactly makes something a Black History Month fact? When historian Carter G. Woodson and the Rev. Jesse E. Moorland founded the Association for the Study of African American Life and History...
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The 2nd Annual Blacks in Wax Exhibit
PANAMA CITY- Six wax figures representing prominent people in black history are on display at A-D Harris Learning Village in Panama City. The wax figures came from the national great blacks in wax...
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Jim Bransfield: One step forward, two steps back
There is still madness in the land. When Missouri star football player Michael Sam announced he is gay, I was pleased. Just as I was pleased with the courage of local high school athletes who were...
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Edward Pratt: Sam brings sea change to football
So, finally, it seems the once unthinkable is going to happen — an openly gay athlete will be strapping on pads and a helmet on Sundays to play in the hallowed National Football League. University of...
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Black History Month Isn't Making Life Better for ...
In a New Deal project of the late 1930s, federally funded writers and photographers asked thousands of former slaves to share their personal stories. (Slave Narratives/Library of Congress) I’d...
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Fine Arts professor dies of heart failure
Fine Arts professor Terry Adkins died of heart failure on Friday, Feb. 7. He was 60. Adkins was teaching three classes this semester. He taught “Graduate Studio II,” “Graduate Studio IV” and “Sound...
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