Pioneering Black Journalist Louie Robinson Dies

Pioneering Black Journalist Louie Robinson Dies

by #teamEBONY

Pioneering journalist Louie Robinson has died. He was 88. Robinson defied the odds during a time when America denied the existence… Read More

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The Million Man March: 20 Years Later

As African-Americans grappled with a growing gang problem, the devastating effects of the influx of crack during the late 1980s and early 1990s and… Read More

Farrakhan Remembers the Day a Million Men Stood Up

Farrakhan Remembers the Day a Million Men Stood Up

by Jamilah Lemieux

When I started touring, thousands of people came out. I’m talking about men. In the major arenas, in the major cities, they came out by the… Read More

Hundreds gather for star-studded celebration of Helen Burns Jackson, late mother of Rev. Jesse Jackson [PHOTOS]

Hundreds gather for star-studded celebration of Helen Burns Jackson, late mother of Rev. Jesse Jackson [PHOTOS]

Photographer John H. White provides a look inside the ceremony for Helen Burns Jackson, mother of Rev. Jesse Jackson. Read More

New York's Black Panther Problem

‘The Black Panthers’ Documentary Begins Limited Run [WATCH]

Change was coming to America and the fault lines could no longer be ignored—cities were burning, Vietnam was exploding, and… Read More

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Julian Bond,
Race Man

by George C. Gardner, III

Lives well lived, ones that are defined the impact that they have on others, are often animated by some deeply felt issue or cause… Read More

 Julian Bond

Julian Bond's Final Gift

by Asha French

Since I heard the news of Julian Bond’s passing on Saturday, I have not been able to shake my memory of the Read More

Julian Bond

Julian Bond

Excellence embodied.  EBONY encourages you to remember and share the legacy of Julian Bond, who sadly passed on August 15, 2015. As a prominent… Read More

Assata Shakur

Can Cuba Keep the U.S.'s Hands Off Assata?

by Joshua Adams

This week, the U.S. and Cuba officially Read More

Henry Dumas Why This Forgotten Author Murdered by the Police in 1968 Matters Right Now, Victoria Bond

Why This Author Murdered by the Police in 1968 Matters Right Now

by Victoria Bond

On May 23,1968, seven weeks after the assassination of Dr. King, thirty-three year old Henry Dumas entered the subway station at… Read More

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