The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the highest honor a civilian can receive in the United States. Recipients range from activists, athletes, scientists, entertainers, religious leaders, journalists and many more.
Detroit didn’t just put the world on wheels; it also made the world head to the dance floor thanks to Motown Records in the 1960s. And if by chance your favorite Motown artists were The Supremes, The Four Tops or Martha and the Vandellas, then some of your favorite Motown songs likely came via the…
For some, their knowledge of African-American scientists include Neil deGrasse Tyson, George Washington Carver and…that’s about it. There have been countless African-Americans whose contributions have greatly impacted the science field, but these five are definitely among those you need to know and celebrate!
In honor of Black History Month, we have turned the spotlight to the arts to represent Charlotte natives that are making a positive impact on both our culture and our city today. This week, we celebrate the work of creative genius and philanthropist, Kyle Alexander Murray.
In honor of Black History Month, we shine a spotlight on a young woman in Charlotte, NC who is working to decrease the stigma around mental health. This week we celebrate Alicia Tetteh and her app she has developed to help the community, Attune.