Alexandria Contrabands and Freedmen Cemetery served as the burial place for about 1,700 African Americans who fled to Alexandria to escape from bondage during the Civil War.

Pew released a study two weeks ago examining African American use of technology that showed progress with the Digital Divide.

Tomorrow marks the 25th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr. day as an official U.S. federal holiday. It is during this holiday that MLK’s famous “I Had a Dream” speech plays on TV stations, radios and is discussed on the Internet. Perhaps the greatest aspect of the dream was hope for a meritocracy where his children, “not be judged by […]

On episode 18, Richard Laermer and I discussed the Golden Globe Awards, the Haitian crisis, and Obama’s incredible MLK Day speech, and what it might mean for the State of the Union speech next week. Somehow, George W. Bush, Meryl Streep and Kate Hudson creeped into the conversation. Here’s a breakdown: The Golden Globe awards, and what we thought of […]