Thursday, October 28, 2021

What Does It Take? Rev. Dr. L.E. Bennett.

Tweet ( What does it take to make a change in our society? That may depend on the type of change. In this case, I’m speaking of the difference in how people view each other, especially racial groups.  Mainly, Caucasians and people of color. This change would require respect for different cultures. So, how do we get there? It will... [Read more...]

The Root of the Matter: Pursuing African American Ancestry Made Easy.

Tweet ( It is no surprise that many people are interested in pursuing their family tree in an effort to learn more about their ancestry. No matter the race or creed, learning about your family history can have a significant effect on how you view life. For many, it is often the push they need to work hard, as it feels like you are connecting... [Read more...]

America’s Black Holocaust Museum Welcomes New President And CEO Dr. Robert M. Davis.

September 3, 2019 by  
Filed under Black History, News, Opinion, Press Release, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( The Dr. James Cameron Legacy Foundation is pleased to announce that Dr. Robert “Bert” Davis has been selected as the new President and CEO of America’s Black Holocaust Museum (ABHM).  Dr. Davis will be stepping into his new role on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. Dr. Davis assumes leadership on the eve of the re-opening of... [Read more...]

America’s Black Holocaust Museum Announces More Than $477,000 Raised To Complete Initial Development.

July 26, 2019 by  
Filed under Black History, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( A personal challenge grant issued last winter by philanthropist and Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele helped to raise more than $477,000 for America’s Black Holocaust Museum (ABHM) at 401 W. North Avenue in Milwaukee’s Bronzeville African American Cultural and Entertainment District. At the campaign launch, Abele pledged... [Read more...]

Know thy Black History.

June 19, 2019 by  
Filed under Black History, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Homo sapiens, otherwise known as humans, are the most complex beings on the entire Earth. The word homo sapiens literally means wise men and that’s why we are called the most developed species on Earth. Beings of our kind were originated in Africa, somewhere around two million years ago. After that we moved to different parts... [Read more...]

5 Highly Influential Black Americans Who Changed the World before Their Death.

Tweet ( Too often we get caught up in our daily lives, going to work, watching TV, or going out with friends, and we forget that the world we live in now was made for us. We are experiencing the effects of people who have sacrificed everything, and maybe even their lives, to make a difference in the world. Veterans, political figures,... [Read more...]

Appreciating African Genius.

February 9, 2018 by  
Filed under Black History, Education, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( “Just as the Memphite Theology is the source of Greek philosophy or primitive science, so it is also the basis of modern scientific belief.” George G.M. James Stolen Legacy page 145 originally published in 1954 As we celebrate Black History Month, let us not fall into the trap of European historiography and pedagogy where... [Read more...]

Celebrating Black History Month!

February 7, 2018 by  
Filed under Black History, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Every year, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History selects a theme for Black History Month.  This year, the theme, African Americans in Times of War, is meant to commemorate the end of World War I, the war that supposedly made the world “safe for democracy”.   It is a war that African Americans... [Read more...]

We Need More Movies Like “Hidden Figures”.

February 3, 2018 by  
Filed under Black History, Ent., News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( The phenomenal success of the motion picture Hidden Figures shows that there is an audience for well-crafted films featuring African American themes and stars. More importantly, it shows how African Americans are inextricably linked not only to American history, but also to world shaping events. In commemoration of Black History... [Read more...]

Dream Without Limits.

Tweet ( It is beautiful that we see campaigns like “Because of Them We Can”. When I was a little girl growing up we had not publically arrived at that place.  Children were taught what they could accomplish from parents, teachers and community members. Sometimes there were those that told us our career options were limited.  As... [Read more...]

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