African-Americans played a significant role in World War II. More than half a million served in Europe. Despite the numbers, they faced racial discrimination ….Read more
A recent study indicated that nearly two out of every three Alabamians feel race relations in the state have improved over the past five years. However, both blacks and whites still have mixed feelings about the quality of race relations in the workplace. Read more.
The Alabama Hall of Music Fame Induction Banquet and Awards Show just added a “brickhouse” to it’s lineup. Read more
Black photographer Prentice Herman Polk sought and found dignity in everyone who posed for him, from tenant farmers to talented members of the middle class. Read more Through the Eyes of P.H. Polk website
“Coming to downtown was always such a privilege”. That’s how Margie Kirk felt when she visited the Tuskegee courthouse square as a young girl. Read more
High technology is helping veterans enjoy the comforts of their homes, instead of having to live their lives in hospital beds or rushing to hospital rooms. Read more.
He was 75 years old and at the peak of his career. A month after winning his fourth consecutive Grammy Award….Read more
Democrat Pebblin W. Warren beat Republican Lacy Ward Tuesday, in the race to fill the vacant seat in House District 82 in central Alabama. Read more
It has been nearly 70 years since the US Public Health Service began its study into the effects of syphilis on 399 human test subject–all of them black, all of them poor…..Read more
The Detroit Pistons will honor six original world renown Tuskegee Airmen who are also founding members of the National Tuskegee Airmen Inc. Read more