Every man of color has the potential to create an extraordinary life. The truth is that it’s difficult to accomplish when you are bombarded with stereotypes.
Tulsa’s Greenwood District is home to America’s original Black Wall Street.
Alelia Murphy was blessed enough in her life that she earned the title American supercentenarian.
Three neighborhood kids develop witty business ideas to earn money for fun toys, trips, projects, and prizes.
The New York Rens were the first all-black fully professional African-American owned basketball team, formed in Harlem in 1923. That year, basketball manager Robert “Bob” Douglas made a deal with Harlem real estate developer William Roach, the owner of the new Renaissance Ballroom and Casino.
What will become of the country that allegedly “shines on a hill” as a beacon for those wondering in an ocean of solitude sogged from the political oppression they experienced in their home countries?