Victoria Jackson's claim is that we don’t thank white people enough for their contributions to society. To rectify that, we should have a White History Month. Let's take a moment for a collective facepalm, shall we?
Listen to Tony Sarabia and Richard Steele discuss their picks on Eight Forty-Eight Tony Sarabia and Richard Steele have been rocking your world every Thursday this month, with a whole half-hour dedicated to their favorite music by black musicians.
Michael Sidney Fosberg grew up in a white working-class family in Waukegan but at the age of 34 he learned he is black. Fosberg’s search for his biological father led to decades of self reflection, confrontation and reconciliation.
When Margaret Burroughs died late last year the arts community lost a giant. Burroughs co-founded the DuSable Museum of African American Art but she was more than a curator and administrator. She was also a teacher and practicing artist.