Gullah Conference

Gullah Geechee Conference Celebrates and Preserves Cultural Elements of The African diaspora In Conway

Last year’s inaugural Gullah Geechee Conference, created by Coastal Carolina University’s Charles W. Joyner Institute for Gullah and African Diaspora Studies, successfully united more...

Buttigieg’s Blunder; SC Black Publishers say, “Douglass Plan Highlights the Audacity of White Privilege”

In a scathing yet poignant email all of South Carolina black weekly publishers declined to attend Buttigieg’s invitation to his black media roundtable. Apparently,...

Williams and Others Call For Citizen Review Committee For Local Law Enforcement

This week I am writing after having seen a video of law enforcement taking a man into custody by what appeared on the video...

Providing Match Makers Throughout The Black Diaspora – Way Cool!

By Harry C. Alford & Kay DeBow During the mid-1990s we began sponsoring exploratory or fact-finding trips to nations in the Caribbean and West Africa....

The 2019 Women’s Leadership Conference and Celebration of Inspiring Women At CCU

Carrie Brown, D.M.D., practiced dentistry in Lexington, Ky., for 28 years before retiring in 2012. She served as the 91st president of the National...

Black History Month: Celebrating Black History & Servant Leadership

Black History Month is a special time to recognize and celebrate the achievements of African Americans. The late African-American historian, Carter G. Woodson and...

Steve Harvey The Best And Worst of Black Leadership In America Today

Steve Harvey has reflected on his much talked about interview with Mo’Nique when they clashed over the actress claiming she was blackballed by Hollywood,...

International Gullah Geechee And African Diaspora Conference

CCU’s Charles Joyner Institute for Gullah and African Diaspora Studies, an international conference themed “Tracing the African Diaspora: Places of Suffering, Resilience and Reinvention.” For...

National Action Network Speaks With The Citadel About Blackface Photos In Yearbooks

The National Action Network spoke with officials at The Citadel about old blackface photos in its yearbooks. This comes as Virginia’s governor came under fire...

Follow Us