Lil Jon
December 4 @ 9pm

Santa Ana Star Concert Arena

Janet Jackson
May 24 @ 7:30pm

Isleta  Amphitheater

Things to Do
African American Performing Arts Center

Necessary Force: Art in the Police State
UNM Art Museum
Sept.11 – Dec.12, 2015

Boxing great Bobby "The Deputy Sheriff" Fostor passes away

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Interview with Boxing Insider magazine

Grant Chapel
20th Annual Martin Luther King Commemorative Breakfast 

Monday, January 18 - Marriott Pyramid - Albuquerque, NM


2015 New Mexico Black Expo

Civic Plaza photos
Economic Empowerment photos
 Career Fair photos


Photos & videos provided by Mr. Ronnie Wallace

Centering Program helps pregnant mothers

In order to help reduce the high rate of African American Infant Mortality, African American Women who are pregnant are invited to participate in the Centering Program, which provides a woman with more time with her doctor and helps produce healthier babies.  Either private insurance or Medicaid coverage is needed to participate.  For help with obtaining health insurance please call the Southwest Women's Law Center at (505) 244-0502.  To participate in the Centering Program please call (505) 340-8193.

Jaquise Lewis Shooting

DA to review fatal Los Altos Skate Park shooting case - September 15, 2015

Justice for Jaquise Lewis is on Facebook

Mother of Jaquise Lewis sues APD - July 10, 2015

Man claims he shot and killed Jaquise Lewis at Los Altos - June 26, 2015

Skate park shooting was self-defense, police say - May 8, 2015

Albuquerque Police Department Interactions Survey

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Katrina, 10 Years Later: Three Documentaries to Watch

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Buffalo Soldiers And  Troopers Motorcycle Club

National Convention Photos

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Mayor Berry: Confederate flag to come down in Albuquerque Old Town

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State leaders call for removal of Confederate symbols at Old Town Plaza

Confederate flag enthusiasts cruise around Carlsbad, NM

Ferguson judge voids all arrest warrants issued before 2015

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Ferguson protesters arrested as county declares state of emergency

Heavily-Armed Oath Keepers Showed Up to Ferguson Last Night

First Amendment -  Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

"All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent."
Thomas Jefferson

Published on Aug 5, 2015 It’s been 77 years since civil rights activist and poet Langston Hughes wrote his chilling poem “Kids Who Die” which illuminates the horrors of lynchings during the Jim Crow era. Now, as we approach the one year mark of Michael Brown's death and the Ferguson uprising that sparked a movement, we can see how Hughes' words still ring true today.

Alfred Mathewson Named Co-Dean of the UNM School of Law 

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77% of young people killed in Brazil are Black

Serena Williams wins sixth Wimbledon singles title

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Albuquerque 4th of July Weekend Celebration Photos
Featuring Lenny Williams, Paul Escovedo, Najee & Deniece Williams

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Ivy Taylor elected first African-American mayor of San Antonio, TX 

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9 Everyday Products With the Biggest MarkupsClick here for full story

Students Can Now Easily Enroll Online to Black Colleges and Universities - Thanks to This New Web Site!

           was launched to increase enrollment at historically black colleges and universities and facilitate
a smooth transition from high school to an HBCU. The website provides a wealth of information on financial aid, SAT/ACT prep information, essay writing, internships, the college admissions process and other necessary resources.

The website was founded by Barry Roberson Jr. and Samuel Sims Jr. who both have an undying passion for HBCUs. Roberson Jr. said: “We are aiming to be an online guidance counselor for high school students. We do understand how challenging the college admissions process is; so we created this platform to help reduce the stress on students through the provision of useful resources about HBCUs.”

Choosing the right institution can be a challenge in itself. Nevertheless, the website provides further help to students by narrowing down their choices by matching them with an HBCU of their choice. All that is required of the student is to register on the website, which may result not only in them being contacted by one of the institutions, but they will automatically be entered for a chance to win a scholarship.

The college admissions process doesn’t have to be a stressful event and HBCU Bound is seeing to that. For further information or to sign up on the website, visit


Obituaries - Famous Blacks