Black History Month
In today’s Black History Month salute. We take a look at a man who served during World War II.
Nearly 50 years have passed since Martin Luther King uttered his famous “I Have A Dream” speech in Washington, DC.
Walking into the exhibit, “From Slavery to Freedom,” some visitors may be overwhelmed by the reproduction of a slave ship.
Earlier this month, a University of Pittsburgh alumnus donated eight important African artifacts in honor of an African American history professor.
George Washington Carver, David Crosthwait and Patricia Bath are just a handful of African Americans who have created products or devices to improve our living standards.
Students at Pittsburgh Obama School were recently surprised with a visit from Olympic medalist swimmer, Cullen Jones.
A new exhibit at the City County Building in Pittsburgh is celebrating Black History Month. It honors African Americans who served in the military during the Civil War.
February 2013 is a time to commemorate and connect with the African-American community through “Voices of Leadership”.
A team of local photographers has created a new website called Feel Like Going On that continues the work of the late photographer Teenie Harris.
Black History Month Facts on Organ and Tissue Donation