Carolina's Greek Picnic makes its debut in the Queen City this weekend

The founder hopes to shine a spotlight on the Carolinas rich history and highlight the significance of NPHC organizations and HBCUs. CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Making its debut in the Queen City, Carolina’s Greek Picnic marks an exciting first for the community, bringing together the National Pan Hellenic Council and historically black college and university communities in a memorable experience.  …

Book Review – Books By and About Black Women Leaders

By Angela Haigler

“Black Roses: Odes Celebrating Powerful Black Women”by Harold Green III, Illustrated by Melissa Koby Black women are making history every day. Harold Green, III believes the time for celebrating them is now. Green gained fame by writing love letters in verse for the visionary women who are making a difference in this age.…

North Carolina Musicians Influence Music Worldwide

By Alicia BenjaminThese legendary Black men from North Carolina have greatly influenced music worldwide. Over the last 100 years, these musicians have elevated the artform of music, not only during their lifetimes, but for generations in the future When J. Cole performed his song, “BeFree,” in 2014 on the Late Show withDavid Letterman, it was clear that Colewas not just singing a song – he wasconveying a serious message.…