Tuesday, March 28, 2017

New Journal and Guide

The Black Press is celebrating its 190th birthday on March 16, 2017, and some of its readers in Hampton Roads reached out to social media to say, ‘Congrats.’ FYI. ‘Congrats’ means, ‘I wish you well’ on social media. Yep, that’s ...

“Women must feel their responsibility for  promoting the physical, mental and spiritual advance of the race through study,” Dr. Dorothy B. Ferebee told congregants at a Women’s Day Observance at Norfolk’s St. John’s AME Church in 1935. According to the ...

Rev. Samuel Cornish launched the first newspaper for people of color in 1827; so, would he scroll through today’s newspaper websites and smile, like the proud parent who sees traces of himself in his adult child? The problem is Cornish ...

In her book, “Hidden Figures,” author Margot Lee Shetterly pays homage to the African-American women who worked as human computers in the space program. It’s a book that’s spawned an Academy Award-nominated movie and has brought to the fore the ...

Christina Simmons is a history professor, tasked with teaching about women and their works, lives and contributions to the various aspects of our past and modern lives.

By Sean C. Bowers   Local Voices Correspondent New Journal and Guide Start your month off right with an evening of local poetry readings each 1st Thursday at Granny’s Country Cooking in Norfolk’s Park Place Neighborhood (636 West 35th Street, ...

By Brenda H. Andrews Publisher New Journal and Guide At least twice a year, New Journal and Guide observes and remembers the life and contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This week, we pause to memorialize his untimely death ...

NORFOLK Gethsemane Community Fellowship Baptist Church led by Dr. Kirk T. Houston celebrated Black History Month with an original production depicting the Black journey in America. Written, produced, directed and performed by an abundance of talented members of the Gethsemane ...

By Brenda H. Andrews Publisher New Journal and Guide Last week I traveled to Ohio University in Athens, Ohio to participate on a Black History Month panel entitled :The Black Press: Is It Still Needed?” That’s an important question to ...

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