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Arthur Mitchell, Trailblazing Black Ballet Dancer, Dies At 84 « CBS New York


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Commentary: How Caribbean football was sold out for a few pieces of silver by a band of black brothers


C. McKinley Fahie lives on St Thomas, US Virgin Islands. He is the Legal Administrative Coordinator/Public Safety Officer for the Government of the Virgin Islands. (Public Employees Relations Board) He was elected Administrative Secretary of the USVI Soccer Association in 1998 and subsequently elected unopposed as First Vice President of the USVI Soccer Association four years later (2002). He is the President of the United We Stand Sports Club, Inc. (UWS Sports Club) a sports event non-profit corporation and voting member of the USVI Soccer Association. He is also President of Advanced Soccer Academy, Inc.; USVI non-profit corporation that operates Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Programs (JDPP) since 2006. He has an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies and a Bachelors of Arts…

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Black Films Come Out Of The Vault In TCM, Black Critics Monthlong Showcase



The African American Film Critics Association has teamed up with Turner Classic Movies to shine a spotlight on classic black films and the voices that …
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Congressional Black Caucus: Health, “the Dream” and impeachment



U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams sat for a fireside chat during a luncheon titled, “Protecting the Health, Safety and Security of African American …
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Scholar Helps Students See Relevance of Black History


Attending a race conference held at Princeton University was a pivotal moment for Dr. Andrew Rosa, as he discovered his true passion for teaching and interest in African-American studies.

Rosa attended the conference in 1994 during his final year as an undergraduate student at Hampshire College, where he was an English and history double major with an emphasis on the African-American experience.

Upon graduating from Hampshire, Rosa attended Temple University where he earned his master’s degree and then returned to New England where he was part of the second class to complete a newly formed Ph.D. program, at the time, in the W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

Dr. Andrew Rosa

“As a grad student, I got to see and experience a wide…

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What the Black Dolls Say


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