HW Pick: Rosa Parks Papers to Reside at Library of Congress

rosa_parks_archiveThe Library of Congress will be the new home of the Rosa Parks Collection, Librarian of Congress James H. Billington announced today. The collection will be at the Library on a 10-year loan from the Howard G. Buffett Foundation. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: “Celebrity” Grudge Match Is Nothing But A Set-Up!

George-Zimmerman-Fight-640x430By Simone Seerattan

Rumors of the most unpleasant kind have been circulating social media. Rumors that George Zimmerman will be getting in the ring with a willing opponent in what is being dubbed a “celebrity match” has been the most unsettling news ever to reach my ears in the last couple of days. Continue Reading →

Harlem Congressman Rangel Celebrates NAACP Founder’s Day And Black History Month

charles rangelBy Congressman Charles B. Rangel

Black History Month is time to recognize the Black experience as an integral part of American history. As one of the founding Members of the Congressional Black Caucus, I was very happy to celebrate when President Gerald R. Ford officially recognized the Black History Month in 1976. Continue Reading →

The Harlem Black Fashion Museum Founded By Ms. Lois Alexander Lane

The historic The Black Fashion Museum was founded by Ms. Lois Alexander Lane in 1970, the museum was in a brownstone on West 126th Street (between Lenox and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.,), after founding the legendary Harlem Institute of Fashion in 1966. Continue Reading →