Dedicated to celebrating the power of podcasts, International Podcast Day is on Saturday, Sept. 30. In celebration of this day, The Red & Black staff shared their favorite audio programs to listen to, whether that be during a long drive, a walk to class or just for fun. Liz Rymarev, Editor in Chief “Anything Goes” […]

While Heads of State and Government gathered in New York City for the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly, the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) and “Dope Africans” partnered to host an event that would bring policymakers, business leaders, and NBA players of the past and present, to the same table where they […]

Africa’s largest pop culture festival opened this week with a spotlight on home-grown superheroes including a black knight battling South Africa’s rolling power cuts and a warrior inspired by the legendary Zulu king Shaka.Clad in superhero capes and sci-fi costumes, thousands of people flocked to a vast expo centre south of Johannesburg, South Africa, on […]

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Source: JIM WATSON / Getty Black residents in Georgia known as the Gullah Geechee are worried that zoning changes could push the indigenous landowners out of their homes.  According to AP, county commissioners in McIntosh are considering doubling the maximum size of houses built in the small Hogg . . .

Published September 11, 2023 A little before noon on the first day of classes in August for the 2023 academic year, nearly 200 of Duke’s Black students gathered at the foot of Duke University Chapel for “FDOC Fits.” Part reunion and part fashion show, the annual event is a chance for students to reconnect, celebrate […]

Until as late as 11 p.m. on Wednesday evening, the Tate Grand Hall was alive with music and color for the University of Georgia Indian Student Association’s Fall Fling. The event brought together over 100 students to socialize, enjoy traditional Indian food and bond over shared culture. As an organization under the Department of International […]

Creator/Designer Jason Hardin, Owner of ‘Made in Dena.’ His product line ranges from clothing to backpacks to fragrance. Made in Dena branded apparel and gear is a Black-owned business founded by local Jason Hardin to pay homage to the distinct culture of Pasadena and Altadena. The business offers a variety of items such as t-shirts, […]

By Chris Klimek Photographs by Laura Chase de Formigny It’s almost certainly five o’clock somewhere. But when I find my way to Baltimore’s Charm City Meadworks on a Tuesday in May, it is the sober hour of 1 p.m. Out front is a welcoming plot of grass, picnic tables arranged beneath a tarpaulin and a […]

August 24, 2023 UPDATE A new generation preserves tribal land and culture in America’s national parks The National Park Foundation, an Apple partner, funds Yosemite Ancestral Stewards and Ancestral Lands Conservation Corps work to restore a sacred black oak grove in El Capitan Meadow At the base of Yosemite National Park’s 7,573-foot-tall El Capitan lies […]

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