Our publications page has a number of original stories from our Black Male Archives Team from current topics , historical events, and entertainment.
Subject Covid-19; Pandemic; Description The COVID-19 pandemic has hit all of humankind severely. It hit the poor, the migrants, and the Black community more than others. However, certain groups have been “double disadvantaged” — affected by the pandemic more than others due to their social status. According to the WHO, “Unequal living conditions are a […]
Subject Documentaries; Narratives; Black Men and Boys Description While everyone knows or at least wants to know about Malcolm X or the perceived high drug abuse rate among African Americans, very few know about the regular men from the Black community — they are the fathers, doctors, and even military personnel who walk around their […]
Subject Black Cabinet; New Deal; President Franklin D Roosevelt Description The Black Cabinet consisted of a group of working-class African American professionals whose purpose was to perform an advisory role to President D. Roosevelt during his administration from 1933 to 1945. This informal entity actively fought for the rights of African American communities to equal […]
Subject Government Commissions, Black men and youth, Social Status Description The Commission on Social Status of Black Men and Boys (CSSBMB) held a public business meeting virtually on January 14. The meeting was chaired by Florida’s 24th congressional district representative Fredricka Wilson. Rep. Wilson opened the meeting by talking about the need to “remain vigilant” […]
Subject Media; Public Perception; Black Men and Youth; Racial Profiling Description Black men and boys in America have long been a subject of racial profiling in various sections of the media. How people are portrayed across print and TV is important because it aids in forming the public perception of a community, race, or ethnicity. […]
Subject Government Commissions, Black men and youth, Social Status Description The bill leading to forming the Commission on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys (CSSBMB) was passed in the Senate on June 25. The commission plans to recommend policies to help improve and augment current government programs. Civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton […]