We are currently seeking volunteer writers for the Little Black Village website/blog. Candidates must have efficient writing skills and must be passionate about writing on related topics that are covered in our mission statement. Continue reading
Community Spotlight with Julius E. Coles Promoting the Global Community By Sabrina Cherry There are moments when I think “wow, I’ve done a lot in my short life.” And then I encounter people like Mr. Coles and receive a reality check. It’s during these encounters that I vacillate between feeling like I have sooo much … Continue reading
2013 BILL GATES SCHOLARS PROGRAM GIVING AWAY ONE THOUSAND SCHOLARSHIPS TO MINORITY STUDENTS — Applications Now Available For 2013 Scholarships — Nationwide — Every year, the Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program selects 1,000 talented students to receive a good-through-graduation scholarship to use at any college or university of their choice. The program provides scholars with … Continue reading
Scholarship Available to Georgia Middle School Children By Syretta Jones People have always mentioned that scholarships for grade school and college students are available, and this possibly gave you the bright idea to apply for these scholarships; but you had no idea where to start. Here are some scholarships you or someone you know … Continue reading
This article is very thorough and unbiased, piece of American History that should be taught in schools! How Blacks became Democratic: The Myth of Republican Racism.
We have to start taking ourselves serious again and become more active in helping our brothers and sisters build up the communities they live in. Even if it’s one person at a time. Either start rebuilding our own community from within or just keep watching it disintegrate while others make decision of its fate for … Continue reading
Very interesting read! Remembering Raines.
The more you know!… Civil Rights Gallery.
Some interesting stuff to learn about! Stuff You Probably Didn’t Know.