This is dedicated to those who had to hear the common questions “When is it Caucasian History Month?” or “Why is there not a White History Month?”
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FORT WAYNE—On Feb. 26, America and the world was set to commemorate the second anniversary of Trayvon Martin’s death, a 17-year old African American male who whose life was violently taken from him after being profiled, pursued, attacked, shot and killed as he walked home from a convenience store. In his commitment to transform tragedy […]
Despite opinions widely circulated by his opponents, U.S. President Barack Obama has demonstrated that he is humble enough to publicly acknowledge a mistake–especially when it comes to a personal offense against a citizen. President Obama wrote a handwritten apology to University of Texas art historian Ann Collins Johns last week after she took offense with […]
American Heart Month continues in Fort Wayne with help from Cinda b FORT WAYNE—The American Heart Association is scheduled to host its third Annual “Pinot & Prevention” Party from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., Feb. 20 at McMillen Center for Health Education to raise awareness of heart disease in women. “Cardiovascular disease continues to […]
The FWHA is pleased to announce the opening of the waiting list for the Housing Choice Voucher Program, previously known as Section 8.
Congratulations to all of us African Americans! For, by the grace of GOD, we’re alive and able to join in on all of the beauty that Black History Month brings.
New information has come to light linking Colonel Charles Young to an early fraternal organization known as The Black Cats, or Beta Kappa Sigma, at Wilberforce University.