Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools is on a mission to ensure that students in the BIPOC community are exposed to agriculture and STEM industries, and the future of these industries as they merge with emerging technologies.
Arkansas PBS and Philander Smith College have partnered for Philander Forward Film Series, a new screening series designed to unite students and communities through films that shed light into the Black experience and the making of Black America.
Arkansas native is on a mission to bring diversity and representation to the toy industry with her company Brilliant Girl, which creates dolls and toys that represent realistic little girls of color.
Arkansas man’s journey to becoming the only registered Black Santa in the state is captured in an HBO Max documentary.
Arkansas Hospice will host an online event to raise awareness of specific wellness issues and healthcare initiatives impacting minority communities. The event will be on Wednesday, December 7th, at 12 p.m.
Teachers and students across the state need additional support and resources to properly manage the rising percentage of kids with anxiety and depression in the state, according to a new survey.
Black, Hispanic, and women patients in Arkansas are more likely to face insurance barriers when trying to access a cholesterol-lowering heart medicine, according to a new report.
Arkansas’ first and only Black-led venture capital firm will invest a $15 million inaugural fund in boosting tech-driven companies led by BIPOC female entrepreneurs.
SEPA recently awarded the University of Arkansas a 5-year grant to advance opportunities for students and teachers in the Delta interested in STEAM fields.
Arkansas children are struggling to live happy, healthy lives, especially those in underrepresented communities, a new 50-state report shows.
A highlight of Love More Records, its leadership, artists and plans. Artists include Baang, Pura Coco and CEO Raquel Thompson (DJ Raquel).
Contributing writer Iaja Rogers caught up with NBA Warriors player Moses Moody who was back home on Friday, July 22, to give the NBA Championship Trophy a tour through the city.
The Rock Street Market brought local artists and vendors to the Downtown Little Rock district and will work to activate the heartbeat of Little Rock for months to come.
A new Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families report recommends aggressive strategies to address the critical state of Black women’s health.
Hiphop has always attracted innovators and trend-setters like Mary Rowe, a performer based in Little Rock. Afroshoujo is blending classical operatic training with rap and hiphop and DIY kawaii magic.
The Associated Press is reporting that states are slow to making Juneteenth a paid holiday. Arkansas is a part of this list.
Col. Leland Tony Shepherd will be promoted to the rank of Brigadier General and assume command of the Arkansas Army National Guard.
When it comes to the legacy and contributions of African-American musicians, songwriters, and singers it’s no contesting how it has enriched America’s history and diversity.
If you have ever driven through Union County, Arkansas in the small city of El Dorado, you may see a small brick building on Grove Street that appears to be vacant but inside is a treasure of history and some of the most fascinating stories never told.
Professor Airic Hughes connects the dots between Black geographies and white terrorism in this reprint from Visionairi’s The Preservation.
Welcome to the Juke Joint: Tickets for Blues Legend, Hall of Famer and Two-Time GRAMMY Award winner, Bobby Rush is an up close experience. Learn more about the Juke Joint Project.
A recently leaked flyer for a since-canceled Little Rock Juneteenth event opens the discussion on poorly-consulted cultural events.
The new Arkansas Black Music Expo will celebrate African American music with local and regional performers from a variety of genres.
Rev. Shantell Hinton Hill shares her reflections on the loss of two Black women who were in need, yet worlds apart.
A Mosaic Templars Cultural Center exhibit celebrates 50 years of hip-hop and its far-reaching impact on African American culture.