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The NAACP introduced the Internet via the most progressive voice in...

The first time the NAACP educated its loyal base about the emerging Internet it developed a cover story article titled "Movin' Into the Fast...

Bostonians attended an advance screening of “The Help” movie July 7th

     The movie's buzz factor was self evident when its fans begin to arrive a full hour earlier than the first frame was due...

Parties in town for Oprah’s last show

this just in at  14:00 today, Monday the 23rd A Boston Globe reporter seeks to speak with you if you are an Oprah fan holding...

African American science fiction, watermelon and a future search engine.

open arc Twenty-five years ago, Stafford Levon Battle, creator of the African American Science Fiction website co-founded the "City of New Elam." This was one of...

things black people do with computers

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Black Boston Music: three elevator pitches heading up.

Cheers !! to  Black Boston Music. Can't cover it all but here's some highlights.  Roxbury, Ma was ground zero when people came together to...

The Black art of Ralph Beach goes to Georgia

A note  from Laura Montgomery and the Bunker Hill Community College Art Gallery 8/23   Ralph Beach, a participating artist in several BHCC Art Gallery exhibits has...

World’s first Me & Mrs. Jones Wang premiere review

Type the word "dramedy" into Google and u get 84,000 images, but nothing like "Me & Mrs. Jones." Its a new stage play and script...

African American History Museum welcomes Terry E. Brown

Thursday, August 5th - MAAH announced Terry E. Brown is the new Site Manager of the Boston African American National Historic Site (BOAF).  The public is...