A small ministerial group arriving in Cuba followed President Barak Obama’s historical footsteps as he became the first U.S. president to visit Cuba since 1959.
In above photo: The late Nelson Mandela (left) and Fidel Castro (right). (Submitted/AP Photo) Bill Turner, Guest Columnist “What’s it matter to people of color, Black Americans, in particular ?”
Rev. Lamont Williams was among black pastors that visited Cuba earlier this year, after President Barack Obama called for an end to the U.S. embargo on the communist nation. Williams,
Delta Arts Center opens “Punto De Vista – Latino Perspectives III” (pictured above: Gustavo De Los Rios discusses his art with an attendee.) The diversity of Latino art can be
(pictured above: Ruth Hopkins addresses her students as Maria Sanchez-Boudy looks on.) Exhibit gives students insight into experiences of immigrants Carter G. Woodson
Krishauna Hines-Gaither is exploring the vastness of the African Diaspora right here in her hometown. The University of North Carolina