“Training young women to get out and teach — it’s like seeing your kid hit a home run. It feels so good. That’s what keeps you doing it.”
Grandson of Blues legend Robert Johnson and his siblings feel royalties of more than $2 million paid to a law firm over 20 years is payment enough for services rendered.
Toni Tipton-Martin found the recipes in hundreds of historic books written by African Americans, some of which had never been circulated.
Even with Southern palates acclimated to the fried and smothered, skeptics are embracing meatless, mouthwatering dishes at black-owned restaurants.
Fashion designer Billy Reid shares his favorites spots in his hometown of Florence, Ala.
Despite being a “Welcoming City,” Clarkston has not been immune to policies that have rattled immigrant communities across the U.S.
Christone “Kingfish” Ingram of Clarksdale, Mississippi, shreds on a sweltering guitar solo at downtown Jackson’s Underground 119 blues club in 2017.
Angie Thomas wrote “The Hate U Give,” about an African American teenager who sees a police officer shoot and kill her best friend.
Ben and Erin Napier put Laurel, Mississippi, on the national map with their popular HGTV makeover series “Home Town.” Now, they are planning a new series.
Many artists from Southern states are nominated for Grammy awards in 2020.