Issue 21

Article titled The Tubman Museum

The Tubman Museum

Named in tribute to the incredible African-American abolitionist and activist Harriet Tubman, the Tubman Museum opened the doors of its latest facility to the public in 2015.  Dedicated to collecting, preserving and promoting African-American ... Continue Reading
Article titled Wendell Scott

Wendell Scott

“I don’t know of any man in the sport that worked any harder than he did or accomplished more than he did with what he had … He built a lot of respect … More important, he helped to open many minds and heart s… He was not as fortunate as ... Continue Reading
Article titled Jennifer Satterfield-Siegel

Jennifer Satterfield-Siegel

“(Jennifer) Satterfield-Siegel, NASCAR’s first female African-American team owner, has increased opportunities for diverse drivers and pit-crew members, working relentlessly to make sure people from all walks of life have a seat at the NASCAR t... Continue Reading
Article titled BLACKListed Culture – Sounds XXXXV

BLACKListed Culture – Sounds XXXXV

“There are all forms of it that we forgotten … I want to remind people that Black music is amazing …” ~ Robert Glasper CHEERS to ALL the LOVE, for Self and Others, that manifests itself through sound, from the mellifluous to the grimy!... Continue Reading
Article titled Book of Numbers (1973)

Book of Numbers (1973)

Set during the 1930s in Arkansas, Book of Numbers actually begins with Dave Green (Philip Michael Thomas) walking in a funeral procession a la New Orleans style.  Dave, who also serves as the film’s narrator throughout, shares his regret settlin... Continue Reading
Article titled Uptight (1968)

Uptight (1968)

Set in Cleveland, Ohio during 1968, Uptight is centered upon Tank (Julian Mayfield), an African-American man who previously worked at a local steel mill.  Single, poorly-educated, formerly-convicted and unemployed, his excessive drinking allow... Continue Reading