In this week’s episode, Dr. Henry A. Wise High School pays tribute to the school’s first and only football coach with a truly unique honor. In addition to honoring their coach, the school also pays tribute to the widow of the school’s namesake who just recently celebrated her 100th birthday. It is a special night in Upper Marlboro in this week’s episode of PG13.
MICHIGAN CHRONICLE — No one will ever wear the No. 32 jersey for Detroit Renaissance basketball again. […read more]
Business Exchange By William Reed NNPA Columnist Every since Washington was carved from two slaveholding states in 1791, it has been a special place for Blacks. Nowadays, most Black Americans know the nation’s capital by the moniker “Chocolate City.” By the 1960s “Chocolate City” was Read More
[NYTIMES.COM] RIO DE JANEIRO — Simone Manuel managed to make history and break a record, all in less than a minute. Manuel became the first African-American woman to win an individual event in Olympic swimming on Thursday night. She and Penny Oleksiak of Canada tied Read More