Is No Mystery 2

HISTORY

FILM

Director John Singleton

John Singleton
An Interview with one of the most important new voices in film Bill Singleton. Okay. Just for my readers and listeners, I just wanted to ask you a couple of questions. Could you give our readers and listeners a sense of your personal history, like...
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MUSIC

LITERATURE

HUMAN RIGHTS

by Lucien Smith Newton's modern and scientific appeal to reason not only shatter old notions of science but broaden the scope of study in many other fields as well. It uses reason, the scientific approach of measuring what one could see empirically to find the truth of things. The use of the scientific approach led the way for the creation of...

Mandela

By Elizabeth Singleton Under the newly-formed government of President Nelson Mandela, South Africa is shaping a new landscape of democracy for its future. With new voices now resounding in Pretoria's Parliament, many old issues and new concerns will finally be addressed. After twenty-seven painful years of imprisonment, Nelson Mandela was, miraculously, unconditionally released and hailed throughout the world as a...

BUSINESS

SCIENCE

CULTURE

DR. ALVIN POUSSAINT RECEIVES LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

The First Black History Is No Mystery Gala Event honoring Dr. Alvin Poussaint.  by Adrianne Dillion On May 4, 1995, Black History Magazine presented its Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. Alvin Poussaint at a gala celebration...

African Survivals

By Dr. Edward Beasley In many American public schools, Africa has been presented as a continent lacking a creditable history. Students have been taught to think of a dark continent far removed from civilization. But...

THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE: The Politics of Art

The New Negro, 1920-1935 by Dr. David Levering Lewis From the Early 1920s until the mid-30s, artistic tremors rolled through Afro-America. Dramatic societies, literary clubs, and poetry groups sprang up in Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Indianapolis, Nashville,...