Lenten Spiritual Of The Day: Mahalia Jackson ‘I’m On My Way’

Spirituals were originally an oral tradition that imparted Christian values while also describing the hardships of slavery. The term “spiritual” is derived from “spiritual song”, from the King James Bible‘s translation of Ephesians 5:19, which says, “Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns … Continue reading Lenten Spiritual Of The Day: Mahalia Jackson ‘I’m On My Way’

The Boston Globe and Reebok launch wellness collaboration For Black History Month

The Boston Globe and Reebok announced today the launch of a campaign to celebrate Black History Month and Black wellness through A Beautiful Resistance, an established multimedia initiative that centers Black joy and the stories of Black people living their best … Continue reading The Boston Globe and Reebok launch wellness collaboration For Black History Month

High School Sisters Launch New “Vaccinated While…” Clothing Line To Combat Vaccine Skepticism

Zoe and Jordan Sims Rhodes, Park Tudor High School students, today announced the launch of their new fashion and accessory line, Vaccinated While… Part of a campaign aimed at raising vaccine experience awareness among impacted communities and across social media, the … Continue reading High School Sisters Launch New “Vaccinated While…” Clothing Line To Combat Vaccine Skepticism

Belk Launches Year-Round Culture Shop in Support of Commitment to Inclusion

To advance Belk’s commitment to inclusion, the retailer announced the launch of the Culture Shop, a curated boutique on Belk.com that supports and celebrates underrepresented communities year-round. The online shop’s launch coincides with Black History Month and the first collection features an … Continue reading Belk Launches Year-Round Culture Shop in Support of Commitment to Inclusion

How Lessons From the Past Are Shaping a Better Future for Blacks and Cancer

Since 1976, the month of February has been designated as Black History Month in the United States. The month provides an opportunity to celebrate the many contributions African Americans have made to the country’s history while recognizing inequities and struggles that … Continue reading How Lessons From the Past Are Shaping a Better Future for Blacks and Cancer