Google Celebrates America’s Story, The 100th Anniversary Of “The Negro Silent Protest Parade”

“There was no singing, no chanting — just silence,” read the statement published by Google this morning. Continue Reading →

At NAACP Charter School Hearing Find Common Ground In Harlem

When the NAACP called for a moratorium on charter schools last fall, the group’s president and CEO Cornell Brooks said the group wanted a “reasoned pause,” not a “doomsday destruction” of charters. Continue Reading →

NAACP & Fuse Partner For Ferguson Documentary Airing

The NAACP and Fuse have teamed up to raise awareness and advance the dialogue of the issues highlighted in Show Me Democracy, the first film featured in Fuse’s recently announced documentary series entitled “We The Dreamers.” Continue Reading →

NAACP To Hold NYC Hearing On Charter Schools, Public Schools And More In Harlem

The NAACP’s Task Force on Quality Education will hold a hearing in New York, Thursday, April 27, at Harlem Hospital Center & Pavilion in the Herbert G. Cave Auditorium, second Floor, 506 Lenox Avenue (135th Street), New York, New York, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Continue Reading →

Checkout OWN’s New Lineup With “Iyanla: Fix My Life” And “Book Of John Gray”

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network recently announced its new Saturday night programming lineup beginning April 15, 2017, including the return of the three-time NAACP Image Award-winning series “Iyanla: Fix My Life”. Continue Reading →

Guru Valerie Graves Pens Fab Memoir On Her Rise From Teen Mom To Ad Superstar

Ad agency guru Valerie Graves knows how “pressure makes diamonds.”  In her memoir “Pressure Makes Diamonds: Becoming the Woman that I Pretended to Be,” she  shows the reader every step of her journey. Continue Reading →