"Black Panther" Movie Causing Cultural Excitement Across The CountryThere's a "Black Panther" party going on across the country. Superhero fans, movie fans and especially connoisseurs of black culture are all eagerly awaiting the film's February debut.
Garland High School Step Team Criticized For Controversial PerformanceGarland ISD is responding to claims a high school step team’s Black History Month performance was a “direct attack on police.”
North Texas Police Chief Offended By School's Black History ProgramDuring an assembly, students held up signs saying, "Black Lives Matter," "I Can't Breathe," and "The Whole System Is Guilty."
President Obama Helps Break Ground On Black History MuseumPresident Barack Obama heralded a new national black history museum as "not just a record of tragedy, but a celebration of life" as he marked Wednesday's groundbreaking of the long-sought-after museum on the National Mall.
The Tuskegee Airmen In American HistoryNot so very long ago there was a fight to preserve American freedom being waged by a group that was not always given freedom. The Tuskegee Airmen were a band of WWII black pilots who began the breakdown of barriers in the military.
African Americans Encouraged To Know HIV StatusTuesday is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, and health groups across the country are encouraging African Americans to know their HIV status.
Group Celebrates Black Atheists With Controversial BillboardIt hasn't even gone up yet, but a billboard set to appear in Oak Cliff Monday is already causing a stir.
Dallas Museum Always Celebrating Black HistoryDr. Wright L. Lassiter is chairman of the board of trustees for the African American Museum in Dallas, where Black History is not just celebrated in February.