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[] First published in 1936, the Green Book was the brainchild of a Harlem-based postal carrier named Victor Hugo Green. 

Dr. Joanne Hyppolite is part of a team of curators who have secured close to 37,000 artifacts, documents and photographs for NMAAHC.

Although chef Joe Randall says goodbye to cooking full-time, his work continues with The African American Chefs Hall of Fame. 

This year's Consumer Electronic Show continues showcase the best in technology for foodies and travelers.

Savor the flavors of the African Diaspora around the country during African Heritage & Health Week. 

The second season of “Growing Up McGhee” continues to follow the adventures of the 6-year-old Ohio-based sextuplets.

Austin's black history of food and entrepreneurship to be showcased at the Taste of Black Austin on January 31.

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