The Del-Vikings were the first successful racially integrated Doo-Wop rock and roll ensemble formed in the United States and specifically in the United States Air Force during the Jim Crow era. The group, organized in 1955 at the Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) Air Force Base, comprised six enlisted African Americans Airmen: composer/tenor Corinthian “Kripp” Johnson, born May
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A health care worker is gaining attention after a video of him singing Christian songs to hospital patients has gone viral.  Enrique Rodriguez, who is a former Bloods gang member and a current phlebotomist at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital located in New Brunswick, New Jersey, loves giving bedside performances to ICU patients.  @thesingingphlebotomist
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There is another disturbing case of a Black woman dying in police custody. Twenty-three-year-old Ta’Neasha Chappell died after pleading repeatedly for help while in a Jackson County, Indiana jail. She was taken from the jail to a hospital on Friday, July 16 and later passed away. Chappell’s family will be represented by attorneys Ben Crump,
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Morehouse College recently held its orientation for the new academic year and once again solidified its welcome ceremony as one of the most distinguished events in the country. In a video posted to social media, hundreds of new Black students, elegantly dressed in their suits, can be seen walking through the halls while being welcomed
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Sha’Carri Richardson is set to make her return to the track after missing the Tokyo Olympics due to a marijuana suspension. The 21-year-old will look for redemption when she competes in the 100-meter race at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon, on Aug. 21, Jamaica Gleaner reported. Jamaica’s track greats @FastElaine, @realshellyannfp and @sherickajacko will be competing
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Legendary actor, activist, comic Whoopi Goldberg was born Caryn Elaine Johnson in Manhattan, New York on November 13, 1955, to Robert James Johnson, Jr., a minister, and Emma Harris Johnson, an educator and a nurse. Her interest in drama and the spoken word began at the age of eight when she studied and acted in
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Kamal Al Mansour is an African American artist and inventor who graduated from University of California Los Angeles in 1981 with a degree in Political science. He then attended law school and earned a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco in 1984. Al Mansour started
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Ava and Alexis McClure, AKA the McClure Twins, are social media sensations with 6 million fans. Ava, Alexis, and their mom Ami spoke with BNC about their new book “The McClure Twins: Make it Fashion.” Ami gives insight on how she knew the twins would love the camera. “Since they were 3 years old, they
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