Feb 02, 2021
Marching up New York City's Fifth Avenue on a chilly February 17th 1919, 1,200 men of the 369th Infantry Regiment, represented victors over a foreign enemy and soldiers for equality.
Dec 17, 2020
In danger--cold, hungry, and exhausted—eleven soldiers of the 333rd Field Artillery Battalion defied frostbite and war in search of fellow Americans.
Nov 18, 2020
Forgotten African American World War Two Soldiers Remembered
Nov 17, 2020
North East Urban Farm Survives A Pandemic As It Looks Forward to 2021
Aug 24, 2020
Half a block east of Market on 23rd Street, in a modest and predominately African American community some may refer to as a "food desert", is an unlikely location for a farm. North East Urban Farm, a venture of Conscious Connections, Inc.
Oct 12, 2018
World War I veteran, Sergeant Perry Loyd, finally receives well-earned recognition for valor.
Sep 13, 2018
Being committed to honor and educate the public of the sacrifices made by African American servicemen, a century ago, is getting more recognition.
Jul 12, 2018
Ebony Doughboys is seeking an African-American male actor for a one-man performance. Company: Ebony Doughboys is America's only non-profit organization dedicated to highlighting the African American World War One servicemen's story.
Apr 03, 2018
Honoring and Educating Tennessee's Great War Servicemen in Nashville
Apr 26, 2017
The Ebony Doughboys to Participate in the "Black Pioneers in Uniform" Program