A second Federal judge has ruled President Obama’s health care law unconstitutional for its requirement that Americans purchase commercial insurance. The ruling “even[s] the score at 2 to 2 in the lower courts as conflicting opinions begin their path to the Supreme Court,” according to the New York Times: But unlike a Virginia judge in […]
On July 2, 1964 President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act. See his remarks on this historic day here.
On October 1, 1962 James Meredith became the first African American student to enroll at the University of Mississippi. See the historical footage from this day here.
Black music is in fact America's original music, and the Spirituals-Blues-Jazz-Gospel-Charleston-Twist-HipHop gift is the foundation not only of rhythm and blues but also of Broadway and The Grammys. Check out three of the most major moments in Black Music History.
Dr. William Michael Lynne, a full professor of consumer behavioral marketing at Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration has been examining the relationship between gratuities and race since the late-80s but due to what he saw as a politically sensitive topic, Dr. Lynne only recently began to discuss some of the implications attached to the subject.
Donnie McClurkin, Mary Mary, and Heather Headly can add some Grammy's to their trophy case, as they came out big winners last night.
It was Tuesday, January 12, barbecue night at the Hotel Montana. Guests were invited for cocktails under the shade of one of the hotel's centerpieces: a magnificent century-old mahogany tree. Dinner would follow on the rooftop restaurant with its stunning view of Port-au-Prince. No one had any idea what would happen later...