On the 68th anniversary of his physical birth, a couple of Khalid Muhammad’s comrades reflected on his legacy.
Singer Natalie Cole was given a final send-off by her family and friends in Los Angeles on Monday in a service befitting an "unforgettable" artist.
The end of the year and the beginning of a new one is always a moment to look back on what might have been and to look forward to what may be.
Natalie Cole, the soulful, Grammy Award-winning jazz singer who, like her legendary father Nat King Cole, carried a distinctive sound, died Thursday, Dec. 31, 2015, in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. She was 65.
Pastor Larry Wright was talking to his small eastern North Carolina congregation about the senseless deaths in his community when a man with a rifle walked into his church.
Ten years ago, when Charles F. Harris sat for an interview with “Historymakers,” he disclosed his first contact with the world of words in print. His father insisted that he read the papers he delivered. Harris not only read the ...
Harlem residents and many beyond the community know Jackie Rowe-Adams for her many joyous, triumphant renditions of the Black national anthem at numerous public events.
Concord Baptist Church hosted a rendition of George Friedrich Handel’s “Messiah."
Humza al-Hafeez, born Leonard Ernest Weir on Feb. 28, 1931, and formerly known as Leonard 12X Weir, was an Islamic minister, author and social activist most notably recognized as being the first Black Muslim NYPD officer.
“Scores of witnesses saw a 44-year-old man assaulted, kicked and fatally shot by an off-duty policeman who hauled his victim along a Sugar Hill street, left him in a heap on the sidewalk and fled into a nearby apartment house, ...
For the first time in 63 years, the First Baptist Church of Crown Heights celebrated the elevation of the Rev. Daryl G. Bloodsaw to its pastorship.
Philadelphia's mayor on Tuesday vowed to find the "coward" who left a pig's head at the door of a Philadelphia mosque.
Jacqueline Berrien and her husband, Peter, resided in Brooklyn. “Jackie,” as she was known, passed Nov. 9 at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at the Johns Hopkins University Hospital in Baltimore.
During the recent emergence of prominent African-American public intellectuals, Jerry Gafio Watts was rarely mentioned.
Watching Mal Whitfield run around the track in those grainy films from the late 1940s and early 1950s, he didn’t appear robust enough to even complete a race.