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‘The Meeting’ by Jeff Stetson plus WSTG Ensemble’s play entitled, STAND...

The Meeting opens The West Side Theatre Guild’s 21st season! The Meeting is fascinating and dramatically compelling, this eloquent play depicts the supposed meeting...

Where do they go from here?

The last book that Martin Luther King Jr. wrote asked the question “Where do we go from here: chaos or community?” In assessing the...

PUSH Excel takes 68 youth on HBCU tour

By Chinta Strausberg, Chicago Crusader Rev. Janette Wilson, national executive director for PUSH for Excellence, was literally on the road with 68 youth between the...

Harriet Tubman to be new face on $20 bill

Move over Andrew Jackson. Harriet Tubman will be the new face on the $20 bill. And on the back of the $5 bill, Martin Luther...

Bernice King to visit Gary with John R. Gregg

The daughter of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., Bernice King will join Indiana Gubernatorial candidate John R. Gregg, at the Katie...

National Black Convention to link past with present

By David Denson and Erick Johnson, Gary Crusader In March of 1972, over nine hundred political activists descended on Gary for an event that would...

America’s first black-owned radio station let the words of MLK and...

By Yasmin Amer, CNN Two blocks away from the famous King Center in downtown Atlanta is a small brick building that tourists typically overlook. But in...

The Postal Service celebrates Black History Month issuing a forever stamp...

The U.S. Postal Service kicked off the national observance of Black History Month with the dedication of a Forever stamp honoring preacher, activist and...