A Harlem church has its roots back to 1821, when its mother church was the first African American Presbyterian Church in New York City. Today, it looks at its abolitionist history and continues that struggle for freedom and justice. #HarlemWeek
Manchester school board chairman talks about progress and goals for the new school year and his role as the board’s first African American leader
At each of these schools, African American enrollment was at least 10%.
Gov. Northam announces commission on African American history education at Hampton's African landing commemoration
I am proud to have fought for and secured the LOWEST African American and Hispanic unemployment rates in history. Now I’m pushing for prison reform to give people who have paid their debt to society a second chance. I will never stop fighting for ALL Americans!
....The fact is that African/American unemployment is now the lowest in the history of our country. Same with Asian, Hispanic and almost every other group. The Democrats have been all talk and no action. My Administration has already produced like no other, and everyone sees it!
9 years ago today, Barack Obama was elected the first African-American President of the United States.