Tampa city administrators are planning to demolish a dilapidated home that used to house such African-American icons as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a host of famous singers. But as During a meeting Thursday city council members seemed poised to ask staff to hold off on demolition.
Former Tampa City Council member-turned community activist Linda Saul-Sena wants to convene a group
An African-American teenage boy was shot and killed by two Tampa Police officers Sunday night in Tampa Heights. Police reports say sixteen-year-old Javon Neal was armed with a gun, but some witnesses are disputing that claim. Today some activists called on the community to demand justice for the slain boy. Life Malcolm said residents of predominantly black communities should think twice before calling the police for help.
“Because their way of solving our problems is leaving one of our...
A seminar aimed at preventing crime in and among the African-American community is in its final day in downtown Tampa today. The 27th annual conference on preventing crime in the black community addressed how slavery and other racial injustices are still impacting young African-American men now.
Wali Shabazz isn’t shy about calling out the mistakes made by his own cultural group - pants drooped around the knees, provocatively dressed women and the tendency to intentionally sound ignorant....
The City of Tampa and the Black History Committee held their 24th annual celebration today at the Tampa Convention Center. Tampa students, city employees and supporters of the African-American community enjoyed lively music and a helping of financial advice.
February marks 28 – and this year because it’s a leap year, 29 - days of honoring centuries of progress in the African American community.
Women came together on Saturday to recognize some Tampa Bay heroes in at the 1st annual luncheon for the area’s chapter of the Coalition of 100 Black Women. The group works to increase and promote education and guidance for women and girls in the community.
"We've had people who have shed blood, sweat, and tears to get us this far, and it is our job to train the young girls so that when they become in our stead they will be the voice of the future, stand...