A new documentary—directed by Stanley Nelson and Jacqueline Olive—will capture the story of Pepsi’s pioneering all-Black sales team.
The 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion—the U.S. Army’s only all-Black women unit to serve during WWII—will be bestowed with a Congressional Gold Medal.
Russell and Ciara Wilson recently surprised patients at a children’s hospital in Colorado.
Morehouse College, Clark Atlanta University and the nonprofit New Leaders launched a program to hire more Black principals.
M’lis Ward—the first Black woman captain in commercial passenger aviation—is on a mission to increase the representation of Black women in the industry.
A Black woman-owned, Chicago-based grocery store created to address the city’s food deserts received a $2.5 million grant.
Detroit’s first Black women-owned skating academy strives to make figure skating lessons accessible to youth living in low-income households.
NBA star Stephen Curry has signed on as an executive producer for a documentary about the life and legacy of basketball legend Lusia ‘Lucy’ Harris.
Singer Ronnie DeVoe donated school supplies and bikes to youth during a tour stop in Cincinnati.
NBA player Bismack Biyombo is donating his entire 2022 salary to build a hospital in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The Los Angeles Board of Water and Power Commissioners has invested $5 million in HBCUs to increase representation in the engineering industry.
An arts center honoring the legacy of late legendary singer Otis Redding is being created in Georgia.