During Memorial Day Weekend, the Treme’ 7th Ward Cultural District held its 2nd Annual Arts and Cultural Music Festival under the Claiborne underpass. Blocks between St. Bernard and Orleans Avenues, under the Claiborne Avenue underpass, […]
Residents of Flint, Michigan have very little to celebrate, three years after the water crisis in the city made national headlines. On April 25, as citizens of the blue-collar city, located about one hour from […]
Why did the NAACP’s national board vote to part ways with their president, Cornell William Brooks? Several longtime members contacted by the NNPA Newswire were shocked to hear the news. Brooks, 56, has served in […]
A day after Taylor Dumpson, who is an African-American woman, was elected to be student body president at American University, nooses and bananas (some with the words “AKA Free” on them) were found hanging in […]
Photo’s by Eric M Craig On Saturday, March 18th, eight marching bands in and around the New Orleans Metro Area competed against one another to win the bragging rights of being the biggest and baddest marching band […]
Photos by Tod Smith and Kichea S. Burt This past Sunday over 30 tribes participated during Super Sunday, flaunting their hand-sewn masking suits. The parade took place around A.L Davis Park, with thousands in attendance.
” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]Photo’s by Kaelin Maloid – Dillard University Men’s Basketball Team are the Gulf Coast Atlantic Conference Champions for the second year in a row. Despite going 11-1 in the GCAC and […]