Quinta Brunson, the creator and star of the hit comedy series, “Abbott Elementary,” has garnered historic Emmy nominations.
Tonya Boyd and Cheryl Middleton will make New York City history as the first Black women to become division chiefs within the EMS command.
Makenzie Thompson, a South Fulton, Atlanta High School student, receives 49 college acceptance letters and over $1.3M in scholarship offers.
Fresh off of the success of ‘Jingle Jangle,’ David E. Talbert, and Lyn Sisson-Talbert have signed a first-look deal with Netflix.
Nia Dennis, UCLA award-winning gymnast, has set the internet on fire again with her 2021 floor exercise! Get the scoop and watch now.
Charis Chambers and her brother Wesley Chambers recently performed a laparoscopic hysterectomy on a patient at their local hospital.
15-year old Jessica Hyatt, of Brooklyn, New York, was recently awarded the Daniel Feinberg Success in Chess Award which comes with a $40,000 scholarship, and she is on the verge of becoming the first black female chess master.
Cori Bush has been elected to Missouri’s 1st Congressional District, making her the first Black Congresswoman in the history of Missouri.
The Washington Football Team has hired Jason Wright as the team’s president making him the first Black president of an NFL team. Get the scoop.
Judith Batty will make history as the first Black CEO of the Girl Scouts of the United States in the organization’s 108-year history. Get the scoop.
NASA’s headquarters building in Washington, D.C. will be renamed after Mary W. Jackson, the first African American female engineer at NASA.