Elizabeth Kizito, "The Cookie Lady," tells her personal stories about being an African-American, an immigrant and a business-owner.
As Black History Month comes to a close, Manual RedEye would like to share the voices and Experiences of two Manual staff and Alum
There are and have been many influential African American political figures in Kentucky.
A look at the issue of segregation in JCPS and the efforts made over the years to improve it.
Learn the connection of the Freedom Rides to Louisville and the stories of the many activists involved.
Skin can represent people in many ways so we asked people what their black skin means to them.
A now-closed burger joint in Louisville was one of the first local restaurants to desegregate.
Feature on Bob Greene, a Manual graduate involved in protests for the rights of African Americans.
In honor of Black History Month, these are a few of history’s most iconic queer people.
The concept of reverse racism does not exist because it violates the definition of racism.