Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art

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The story behind the history of black cinema -- and the posters that advertised them.

Making Their Voices Heard: The Inspiring Friendship of Ella Fitzgerald and Marilyn Monroe

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The almost-forgotten story of a sweet friendship between singer Ella Fitzgerald and actress Marilyn Monroe.

#BankBlack!

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According to a BlackBusiness.org article dated July 25, 2016, "thousands of African Americans across the country are transferring their money to Black-owned banks that...

Frederick McKinley Jones: An Officer and An Inventor

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Frederick McKinley Jones has often been called "the man with a million ideas." He had so many that we will be featuring him often...

John G. Higgins, Entrepreneur Extraordinaire

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John G. Higgins' entrepreneurial spirit was something to behold. He was an African American barber who lived in Chattanooga in the late 1800's and...
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