Tuesday Apr 15
Black Voice News
When Cops Hide Behind Badge to Kill Blacks
In 1965, Tuskegee Institute in Alabama was a hotbed for social protest and bred students passionate about equality, justice and civil rights.
Alabama Church Histories and Mysteries: The mourning rose, preacher buried standing up, 1902 church panic
Dead bodies were strewn in every direction ... While the injured were being attended to dozens of dead bodies were arranged in rows on the ground.
Lionel Richie recalls 'insane' first PH visit
Grammy-winning artist Lionel Richie fondly remembers three things from his first trip to the Philippines -- the tireless crowd, the "incredible" Cebu, and the "insane" Filipino hospitality.
Limited edition stamp featuring Tuskegee Airmen instructor 'Chief' Anderson now available
A stamp dedicated to Tuskegee Airmen instructor Charles Alfred "Chief" Anderson Sr. is now available at post offices.
Stamp ceremony to honor 'Chief' Anderson
A U.S. stamp honoring C. Alfred "Chief" Anderson, the Bridgeport-born pilot known as the "Father of Black Aviation," will be unveiled Thursday at Bryn Mawr College.