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AIDS MEMORIAL QUILT
35 YEARS SINCE ITS FIRST PANELS WERE STITCHED, THE AIDS MEMORIAL QUILT REMAINS A POWERFUL TEACHING TOOL FOR HEALTH ACTION, REMEMBRANCE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE.
Spotlight: BLK App
Founded in 2017, the B-L-K app encompasses more than a community for singles seeking a prospective date or companionship. The niche platform has the largest subscription of Black Men & Women and is known as affiliates of the Match.com portfolio. 360 Magazine’s Armon Hayes met with the B-L-K app Head of Marketing Jonathan Kirkland via […]
Mellon Foundation Concept Call
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation—the nation’s largest funder of the arts, culture and humanities—announced a call for concepts to institutions of higher learning exploring curricular projects or research in three distinct social justice-related categories, including: Civic Engagement and Voting Rights: Projects that explore current and historical challenges to realizing broad participation in the democratic process. […]
Time Zone Protocols
Developed out of Rasheedah Phillips‘ ongoing practice as a member of Black Quantum Futurism, the Vera List Center is thrilled to present Time Zone Protocols (April 4–18, 2022), the Prime Meridian Unconference (April 15–17, 2022), and the digital project www.timezoneprotocols.space. The exhibition and accompanying Unconference, both held at the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery at […]
Top Stories – March
As we head towards another month is 2022, it seems as though this year will be quite eventful. Below are the top news stories for the final winter month! Ukraine Huminitarian Crisis The war in Ukraine is no longer just a story about a conflict between nations. It’s having an immediate impact on millions of […]
Transforming Theatre Kids into Citizen Artists
By: James Wallert In April of 2018, I brought five high school students to an early morning event sponsored by the New York State Education Department. 200 educational leaders representing 27 school districts from all across the state were there to begin the process of creating integration plans for their districts. New York State has […]
Col. Charles Young
By: Charles Blatcher III One hundred years, one month, and nine days to the date of Colonel Charles Young‘s death in Nigeria on January 8, 1922, February 17, 2022 will mark the day that the United States Army will bestow the rank of Brigadier General of the United States Army on Colonel Charles Young. Also, […]
Rooney Rule Replacement
Civil rights leaders who met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell called for the League to establish specific recruiting and hiring procedures for executive and coaching positions, with meaningful consequences for teams that do not abide by the rules. The Rooney Rule, a policy established in 2003 that requires teams to interview candidates of color for […]
BAI Chair on Bomb Threats
The Chair of the Black AIDS Institute Grazell Howard released a statement regarding the bomb threats that have recently been made to HBCUs, or historically black colleges and universities. More than a dozen threats were made to schools such as Howard University, Southern University, Morgan State University, as well as many others. The police are […]