Parents, educators, librarians, storytellers, authors and illustrators are invited to Broward County Library’s 33rd Annual Conference on Children’s Literature, held online from 9AM to 5PM on Friday, September 25, 2020. The 33rd Annual Conference on Children’s Literature: “Sharing Voices” is a free, daylong professional development opportunity open to anyone interested in literacy for youth. This year’s specialRead More →

Court TV, the multi-platform network devoted to live, gavel-to-gavel coverage, in-depth legal reporting and expert analysis of the nation’s most important and compelling trials, announced today an original news special that will take a deep dive into the criminal justice system’s history and relationship with African Americans. Black and Blue –Read More →

BH365, LLC and Urban One, Inc. announced the release of Black History 365: An Inclusive Account of American History (BH365). The K-12 curriculum provides a comprehensive review of Black history and is designed to fill in the gaps left in many standard history textbooks. Urban One, Inc. Founder and ChairwomanRead More →

Innovation For Equity, Inc. (IFE), a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting innovative ways to improve life outcomes for Black learners of all ages, will bring its third annual summer summit online this year, offering a timely series of interactive virtual events that will explore ways to address the challenges facingRead More →

In conjunction with the ongoing 35th anniversary year celebration of Def Jam Recordings, and the 30th anniversary of Public Enemy’s worldwide breakthrough album Fear Of A Black Planet, UMe/Def Jam premieres the new three-episode docu-series Through The Lens today. Produced by Def Jam and UMe, Through The Lens can be streamed here via DefRead More →