Black History Month
Let me begin by saying that we almost didn’t get this interview done. That’s because we were distracted by the food, the aroma’s coming from the kitchen, the cozy atmosphere and the hospitality which was off the chain!
Since 1942, the United States has observed February as Black History Month. Here at CBSNewYork, we’re celebrating it by recognizing accomplished black New Yorkers.
Since 1942, the United States has observed February as Black History Month. Here at CBSNewYork, we’re celebrating it by recognizing accomplished black New Yorkers. Below, Larry Mullins reflects on his experience with Colin Powell.
Every February since 1942, the United States has observed Black History Month. Here at CBSNewYork, we’re celebrating it by recognizing black New Yorkers who are making it big.
February 1, 1960 – The Greensboro 4 sit in re-ignited the civil rights movement. Read More February 2, 2009 – Eric Holder was sworn in as the first African American Attorney General. Read More February […]
I am sitting in the presence of a woman whom I once considered to be (and still do) one of the most beautiful women in the world. And Beverly Bond didn’t even have to put on make-up—yeah, that beautiful.
For 25 years, Howard Dodson has operated, finessed, fine-tuned and brought to life one of the biggest and brightest culturally iconic places on the planet, in the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. He is the Director.
To meet Debra Dixon, the CEO of “Light of Gold” PR, you immediately start thinking about that little Eveready Bunny – she keeps going and going and going!
To walk into Lisa Price’s office, you’d first of all think that you were walking into your momma’s kitchen.
Excellence is a school, set up by a young “brother,” Jabali Sawicki, about 7 years ago.
When you walk into Earl Graves, Jr.’s Fifth Avenue office, the first things you look for are the sideburns.