After the creation in Afrobeats in early 2000s it has finally taken the stage at the Grammys and being recognized around the world along with Amapiano and many other music genres out of the continent of Africa!

From 3D movies to the traffic light, here are every day essential items that you may or may not know were invented by Black people! The post Best In Black: Essential Items Invented By Black People appeared first on Black America Web.

Musical ensembles and choirs at HBCUs continue to train the next generations of Black musicians, showcasing talent on some of the biggest stages in the world.  The post Best In Black: 15 HBCU Choir Performances That Showcase Extraordinary Talent appeared first on Black America Web.

'The Amanda Seales Show' kicks off Black History Month with an interesting question: does the annual celebration still hit the way it used to? The post Has Black History Month Changed Over Time? | The Amanda Seales Show appeared first on Black America Web.

Black leadership in America is more than just a concept, it is a doorway to understanding the resilience of Black people.  The post The Black Leader: Exploring The Complexities Of Black Leadership In America appeared first on NewsOne.

The influence of actors continues to expand beyond the screen and back into our communities as they break down stereotypes and open new doors for the next set of stars by advocating for inclusion and equality.  The post Best In Black: 15 Black Actors & Actresses Who’ve Had Significant Impact On The Film Industry appeared first on Black America Web.

The Jackie Robinson statue stolen last week has been recovered, but not in the condition many had hoped. After being chopped off from the ankle up, only the cleats of Robinson’s statue remained at a public park in Wichita, Kansas. As authorities searched for the perpetrators, they reviewed surveillance footage showing several people entering the […]

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated was founded by nine women on the campus of Howard University in Washington DC on Jan. 15, 1908.

Alpha Phi Alpha is the first Greek-letter fraternity created for African-American men. It was founded on December 4, 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York by seven men: Henry Arthur Callis, Charles Henry Chapman, Eugene Kinckle Jones, George Biddle Kelley, Nathaniel Allison Murray, Robert Harold Ogle, and Vertner Woodson Tandy. Motto: “First of All, […]

The 2023 march call was for action against all forms of discrimination and inequality. The King family was joined by Rev Al Sharpton, Nick Cannon, Attorney Ben Crump and more...

Chief of Police Pamela Smith holds the distinction of being the first African American to assume this role in the history of the MPD.

Black History Month

In 1865, two years after President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation went into effect, Black people in Galveston, Texas were finally liberated.