I am sick and tired of all the hypocrisy swirling around pro athletes and the National Football League (NFL) in particular.
Last week 20 students from Howard County Public School System’s Cybersecurity Networking Academy got a special treat when Firoozeh Azarbaidjani-Do, co-founder and CEO of Phoenix TS, the internationally acclaimed and award-winning computer training solution provider, welcomed them to a cybersecurity mentoring program.
“You can’t control where you come from or your family situation, but you can control your future by making smart decisions and furthering your education.”
Hello, my dear friends, how are you? It looks like fall is trying to make an appearance. The nights are getting a little chilly.
This week’s entrepreneur of the week is Nena M. Welborn. Her passion for fashion and design has led her to the position of store manager for one of the biggest retail businesses in the country, Jos. A Bank.
ABC's newest family, the affluent Johnsons on "Black-ish," has been very well-received.
Welcome to "The Voice's" swiveling chairs, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams.
Fans can vote at ChevyBaseball.com
Major League Baseball and Chevrolet, the official vehicle of MLB, announced that Nick Markakis was named the Orioles 2014 nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet.
The Walmart Foundation has launches “Fight Hunger. Spark Change. ” a nationwide campaign calling on the public to get involved in the fight against hunger.
Finally, there is some encouraging financial news for African Americans and Latinos.
Over the last few weeks we have taken a look at the new fall TV programming concentrating on shows that feature African American shows or shows that feature blacks in prominent roles.
On September 10, 2014, Hennessy V.S. hosted a benefit reception in Baltimore for the Chris Canty Foundation.
It was obvious that Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti didn't like his organization's integrity being questioned.
If Greg Couturier were channeling John F. Kennedy in speaking about the value of the Peace Corps, he probably didn’t realize it because his love of the organization, what it represents and what it has been able to accomplish, naturally comes to the fore in any conversation with him.
Shonda Rhimes called "angry black woman" in New York Times piece
Call Shonda Rhimes an "angry black woman" if you want, but be prepared for the response.
By now most people have heard how Ray Rice has been thrown under the bus by the National Football League (NFL) and his former team, the Baltimore Ravens.
As the new school year begins, the Library of Congress invites students everywhere to touch, draw on and explore some of its most valuable treasures— all via a new set of free interactive ebooks for tablets.
Prostate cancer is the second-most common cancer and the second-leading cause of cancer death in American men.
It's not just a Spanish, tapas-style thing anymore. At all different types of bars and restaurants across the United States, you'll find menus that continue to explore ways to feature favorite foods - like pork - in more bite-sized, snack-able ways.
Over the last few weeks Black America has been called to the mat on multiple social issues including child discipline, domestic abuse and let’s not forget about Ferguson.