Sylvia Woods

SYLVIA WOODS LEFT BEHIND A LEGACY OF LOVE IN HARLEM—AND BEYOND

by Robin D. Stone

It’s a typical Tuesday morning at Sylvia’s, the beloved soul food emporium in the heart of Harlem. Regulars line  I the ancient pale… Read More

The Destruction of Black Wall Street

The Destruction of Black Wall Street

by Josie Pickens

Greenwood, Oklahoma, a suburb of Tulsa, was the type of community that African Americans are still, today, attempting to reclaim… Read More

Black Women in Rock [PHOTOS]

Black Women in Rock [PHOTOS]

Forget what it sounds like for a minute, let’s consider the spirit of rock and roll: Rebellious. Energetic. Vocal. Independent… Read More

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Vintage Black Motherhood [PHOTOS]

Happy Mother's Day to Black mother's everywhere! Read More

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The Birmingham Children's Crusade: 50 Years Later

by #teamEBONY

April was a cruel month for Black people in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963. So was May, and the months that followed, culminating in… Read More

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