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Woodson Set Out to Re-Educate the Mis-Educated Negro

Socrates, the renowned Greek philosopher and sage, once urged his followers to “Know thyself.” Thousands of years later, that advice continued to resonate, becoming...

Swing with The Tom Cunningham Orchestra

On Feb. 28 at 9 p.m., the Tom Cunningham Orchestra will be performing a three hour set of early Swing music, 1930-36, including selections...

Metropolitan AME Hosts An ‘Evening of Jazz’

The Daniel Payne Community Development Corporation and the Metropolitan AME Church will host an Evening of Jazz on Feb. 27 in recognition of the...

Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Hosts Black History Month Dinner

The Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall (JBM-HH) Gospel Service will host its Annual Black History Month Keeper of the Community Awards and Dinner on Feb...

Singer Amel Larrieux Performs at Howard Theatre

As part of its Black History of Music Month concert series, The Howard Theatre, located at 620 T St. N.W. will feature singer Amel...

AME Black History Concert

Hemingway Temple AME Church, located at 501 P Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. will sponsor a Black History Concert in honor of Esther Thompson, a...

Success Coach Navigates Workplace Diversity

While the route to a career as a psychologist can lead to assisting individuals through therapy sessions based on personal and social experiences, Dr....

Thank Ed Welburn for That GM Car

If you love the sexy sleekness of the Chevrolet Corvette, the elegance of the Cadillac Escalade, or the pure brawn of the Hummer H2,...

Frederick Douglass Wax Figure Unveiled

A lifelike wax figure of Frederick Douglass was unveiled at Madame Tussauds Washington D.C. museum in Northwest on Feb. 5. This is only the...

Barry-UDC Bill Draws Support and Criticism

The death of former four-time mayor and D.C. Council member Marion S. Barry Jr. last year has generated discussion on how his legacy should be honored....

BEYA STEM Conference Draws Huge Crowd from Across the Country

Despite the push among American high schools and colleges to engage students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), a recent study, funded by...

DC-CAP Offers Financial Opportunities for College Bound Students

February is a critical month for college bound high school seniors. While waiting to hear back from college admission offices, students must also secure...