On This Day 98 Years Ago Black Wall Street Burned, Here’s What We’re Doing About It Today

Airplanes were weaponized against American citizens in an unspeakble act of terror. This is not a story about September 11, however — we are speaking of the Greenwood Race Massacre that exploded on June 1 of 1921. In its aftermath we are told over 300 Blacks were killed, over 10,000 were left homeless and countless […]

PBS Airing Film On The History of Black Business April 23

Say the name Steve Jobs and one can conjure his trademark turtleneck, rattle off facts of his life story, and point to several of his inventions in your home. But what comes to mind when you hear the name, John H. Johnson? Can you picture his face? Can you describe his life story and rich […]