Embassies of Christ kicks off first session of True Love Waits

Embassies of Christ Kingdom Ministries (EOC) begins their three-week series of lectures on abstinence in February. After the sessions are complete, there is a...

African American Network of the CSO hosts first event

In recognition of Black History Month, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s recently formed African American Network (AAN) will host a screening of Oscar Micheaux’s 1925...

6th Bill Johnson Black Film Festival held this weekend

The Glen Theatre, located at 20 West Ridge Road, and owned and operated by the African American Achievers Youth Corps, Inc., will host its...

IU Northwest celebrates Black History Month through artistic lens

Indiana University Northwest’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs invites the campus and community to celebrate Black History Month with a series of...

Museum announces 2017 Award Honorees

The National A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum recently announced the recipients of the “2017 A. Philip Randolph “Gentle Warrior Awards” and the A....

3rd Annual Savor the South Shore

The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority is once again presenting Savor the South Shore – Restaurant Weeks and is seeking restaurants to participate....

Community Civility Counts will hold its second annual World Civility Day

A full-day of civility-themed activities and an awards dinner in the evening will be held at the Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond and Avalon...

Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. to preach at The Chicago Temple...

Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. will preach at The Chicago Temple, 77 West Washington, 11 a.m., Sunday, January 15, 2017, on the actual day of Dr....