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Elijah Stewart is an associate producer for NY1, Founder & Host on Nu Generation Media & Podcast Network and Sports Editor of TheHub.News

This Day in History: July 26

By the time World War II ended, some of President Franklin Roosevelt’s efforts to address civil rights issues within the military began to erode....

This Day in History: June 26th

Before he would simply be known as “The Captain” to Yankees fans across the world, Derek Jeter was born in New Jersey to an...

This Day in History: June 20th

Muhammad Ali's anti-Vietnam War stance cost him his heavyweight title and nearly his freedom when an all-white jury convicted him of draft evasion on...

This Day in History: June 17th

American Troops faced a crucial moment on June 17th the Revolutionary War as the British Army occupied Boston for several months in 1775. Seeking...

This Day in History: June 6th

Civil Rights activist James Meredith became the first African-American to attend the University of Mississippi on October 1, 1962 when Mississippi National Guard and...

Kaepernick, NFL Arrange Workout

It’s been nearly three years since Colin Kaepernick has taken a snap in an NFL game. But the quarterback and activist is reportedly hoping...

This Day in History: November 2nd

In 1983, President Ronald Reagan signed a bill establishing a federal holiday honoring the life civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. Beginning in...

This Day in History: October 16th

When Tommie Smith and John Carlos lined up on the starting blocks at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, they knew the 200-meter...

5 Things To Know About Eliud Kipchoge

There's a lot that can be done in less than two hours. You can catch a movie, watch a tennis match or even sneak...

Black Women and Criminal Justice

Demonstrators took to the streets last week to voice their outrage over the prison sentence handed to ex-Dallas police officer Amber Guyger.  A jury convicted...

This Day in History: September 29th

The television industry was scratching the surface of its capabilities in the 1970s. Cable television was still in its infancy; and despite just a...

N.J. Ref Suspended For Making Black Wrestler Cut Dreads

A viral video of a high school wrestler being forced to have his dreadlocks cut during a competition caused widespread outrage last year. Today,...

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This Day in History: August 1st

Educator and Civil Rights Activist Benjamin Mays Was Born The spiritual mentor to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,...

Coach Cass: Are You Ready For Love?

Casandra (Coach Cass) Henriquez, relationship guru and bestselling author kicks off podcast letting you know who she is and how she became...

This Day in History, August 2nd

Best-selling author and activist, James Arthur Baldwin was born on August 2, 1924, in Harlem, New York. His eloquence and passion on race relations...

Best of: James Baldwin: “Freedom Can’t Be Given, It Must Be Taken!” (Part 1)

On what would be the 96th birthday of James Baldwin, Karen shares an interview he did in 1960 and breaks it into...

This Day in History, August 1st

On August 1, 1834, slavery was abolished in Trinidad and Tobago. It was announced that the end of slavery would roll out as slaves...
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