Analyzing Reactions to “The Decision.”
I have been absolutely fascinated by the reaction to Lebron’s “Decision” … and how a month later people are still up in arms about it. Every time I think the issue has been put to bed it comes back like a bill collector.
Tuskegee now hosts NROTC program on campus
Tuskegee is now one of eight Historically Black Colleges and Universities that host NROTC units. HBCU-hosted NROTC units have produced numerous prominent officers through the years.
African American WACs Served In a Unique Battalion
The 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion was unique in the annals of World War II history. It was the only all-African American, all-female unit to serve overseas. Read about these amazing women!
Today in Black History (October 1st)
Donny Hathaway was born October 1, 1946.
Today in Black History (September 23rd)
Jazz Saxophone player John Coltrane was born September 23, 1926.
Today in Black History (September 16th)
B. B. King was born September 16, 1925
Today in Black History (Sept. 15)
On September 15, 1963, four African American schoolgirls were killed in a bombing at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala.
Today in Black History (August 12)
On August 12, 1922, the home of Frederick Douglass in Washington D.C. was dedicated as a national memorial.