IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    Illinois man charged with hate crime after shooting neighbor

    01:39
  • Trinidadian hairstylist goes viral with makeover videos

    03:09
  • University of North Carolina moves to eliminate diversity goals

    01:42
  • Mississippi 'Goon Squad' members sentenced for torturing Black men

    03:10
  • How a biased test kept thousands of Black people from getting kidney transplants

    02:42
  • Women's March Madness team faced racial threats

    01:42
  • Utah coach says team had to switch hotels after racist attacks in Idaho town

    02:11
  • Civil rights icon Opal Lee receives new home

    02:04
  • Flipping the Script: ‘The Space Race’ documentary spotlights Black astronauts

    04:13
  • Why a Chinese American family is donating $5M to Black college students

    03:16
  • Vice President Harris marks 59th anniversary of Bloody Sunday

    02:00
  • Meet the brothers behind Philadelphia's first Black-owned brewery

    03:29
  • Nation's first Black opera company gets a new chance in old home

    04:28
  • First-ever HBCU figure skating team formed at Howard

    01:38
  • NFL’s most stylish player Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah highlights his African roots

    03:45
  • Social justice artist fights to keep Black families in Chicago homes

    03:38
  • Texas Southern University offers aviation program to bring diversity to field

    05:13
  • Pennsylvania teacher dresses up as trailblazers for Black History Month

    03:11
  • Protesters rally before trial for Black teen's suspension over hairstyle

    00:46
  • White House lectern honors Black female journalists

    02:55

Charlotte historians push to restore Jim Crow-era school for community education

00:57

Historians in Charlotte, North Carolina, are hoping to save a building that was once home to enslaved people. After restoration, the building will be used for programs and school exhibits for grades K-12. WCNC’s Ruby Durham reports.