Columbia’s first animation studio is brought...
By Shakeem Jones | Dec 9, 2022
Black cinema takes center stage, connecting with l...
By Shakeem Jones | Nov 29, 2022
African martial sciences with Columbia’s gra...
By Shakeem Jones | Nov 22, 2022
USC COVID-19 research study to understand impact o...
By Reagin von Lehe | Nov 10, 2022
One of Columbia’s first Black ballet dancers...
By Shakeem Jones | Nov 2, 2022
Columbia’s world of ballet, diversity, inclusion — and the lack thereof
by Shakeem Jones | Oct 26, 2022
The ballet community is tackling issues involving dancers’ race, gender and body type.Read More
Are Columbia’s locally owned Black businesses successful or struggling?
by Shakeem Jones | Oct 6, 2022
The challenges that come with operating a small business can be daunting.Read More
Character diversity at forefront for Columbia animators
by Shakeem Jones | Sep 29, 2022
Columbia animators are working on a common goal to diversify animation characters for young children.Read More
Columbia’s historic Black churches fight for survival during nationwide membership decline
by Shakeem Jones | Sep 26, 2022
Black churches in Columbia are looking to refocus and rebuild membership.Read More
Isaac Woodard: A forgotten story that changed history
by Allen Marcus Harter | Feb 13, 2019
Seventy-three years after a brutal racially-charged attack, a small Midlands town reconciles with its past.Read More
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