Zora Ball, First Grader, Becomes Youngest Person To Develop Mobile Game App (PHOTO)

The Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology presents: "Who Are Your People? A Conversation about Class, Color and Community Among African Americans, Then and Now." With author of “The Paper Bag Principle,” Professor Audrey Kerr, moderated by Tom Ficklin (Ficklin Media)

SAVE THE DATE: The Charles Hamilton Houston Institute's Annual Martha's Vineyard Forum ~ August 14, 2013 ~ This year's topic: Race and Health

Free Screening of Film “I AM” to be Shown Palace Theater Raise Awareness of Interconnectedness of Communities

Do Black Intellectuals Need to Talk About Race? - Room for Debate -

How to Survive a War: Adapting Successful Models for Health Equity | Connecticut Health Foundation

We Survived the Plague, but the Face of AIDS has Changed | Connecticut Health Foundation

Her Game 2 - Celebrate New York

Farai Chideya: Specials: Emancipation 150: The State of the Black Economy - WNYC - newsle

Maisha Walker: How Social Networking Puts Your Business on Steroids - Forbes - newsle