For this hospital administrator, DEI is more than a concept — it’s the story of his life’s journey, and he’s passionate about...
PBMC's Director of Imaging Services Joseph Bynum has a passion for equity, diversity and inclusion, which he says tells the story of his journey from patient transporter to head of an important division in a bustling hospital.
An array of local talent from captivating dance and vocal performances, to compelling student artwork and words of inspiration from local school and community leaders, highlighted Riverhead Central School District's 15th Annual Black History Month Celebration last night at Riverhead High School. Photo gallery.
The Riverhead Free Library will host film screenings, music, dance and spoken word performances and talks featuring prominent Black community members to celebrate Black History Month. The events begin this weekend.
Guest column: It wasn’t Dr. King’s dream that America was afraid of, it was the fact that he woke up. Then he became a threat. America wants you to only remember the dream. As always, America “white-washes” our history and rewrites it in such a way to generate an outcome conducive to its status quo.
From classroom to bookshelf: Riverhead teacher authors book about his pioneering course on the Black experience in America
The Riverhead High School teacher who started a new class last school year to discuss the experiences of Black people in America has written a book about the class and his experience teaching it.
Black History Month events in Riverhead include an exhibit about the Harlem Renaissance and a screening of the film ‘Selma’
An exhibit focusing on the storied era of the Harlem Renaissance and a screening and discussion of the film 'Selma' are events taking place during Black History Month at Riverhead Free Library.
Riverhead Central School District
Riverhead Central School District's annual Black History Month celebration will be held virtually this year. The event will take place on...
The complexities of African American history make it difficult to unearth and nearly impossible to condense into one small exhibit space during one month of the year. But Marylin Winter and Dr. James Banks of the African American Educational and Cultural Festival embrace the challenge.
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