EBONY chronicled Black History in real time, capturing contemporary attitudes about day-to-day issues affecting African-American community. Experience Black life from the perspective of the “Afro-American” of 1970 as we explore Black History from the pages of EBONY.
The author provides essential details of how Black History Month came to be and background on its distinguished founder in this revisited February 2016 article.
We are revisiting this post from December 2016 about Doris “Dorie” Miller one of the most celebrated Black heroes of World War II. Today, the Navy has named an aircraft carrier named after Miller, a first for an African American.
Today, we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for his nonviolent resistance to racial prejudice.
We revisit this January 2018 article and celebrate ZPB’s centennial today along with its members.
Today, the sorority celebrates its 107th anniversary.
On Dec. 5, 1955, the Montomery Bus Boycott began. In recognition of that historic event, we are reposting this December 2017 article about the woman whose refusal to give up her bus seat to a White passenger days earlier was the catalyst for the boycott.