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Ancient Egyptian beer making vessels discovered in Israel are believed to be 5,000 years old

Ancient Egyptian beer making vessels discovered in Israel are believed to be 5,000 years old

Fragments of pottery used by Egyptians to make beer and dating back 5,000 years have been discovered on a building site in Tel Aviv, the Israeli Antiquities Authority said on…

She Ruled Egypt Long Before Cleopatra, And There’s a Reason You Haven’t Heard of Her

She Ruled Egypt Long Before Cleopatra, And There’s a Reason You Haven’t Heard of Her

The pharaohs of ancient Egypt were men. And then there was her.Her name was Hatshepsut.She was the first woman to become a pharaoh.Other women had ruled as powerful queens, but…

Kanye West to Receive Honorary Doctorate Degree

Kanye West to Receive Honorary Doctorate Degree

(Image: File) Kanye West’s latest award announcement is proof that the Chicago native is far from your average college dropout. In an interview with Clique, Mr. West announced that he…

First Lady Obama to Travel to Japan and Cambodia to Promote Girls Education

First Lady Obama to Travel to Japan and Cambodia to Promote Girls Education

Image: Youtube As part of the White House’s Let Girls Learn initiative that promotes girls education globally, First Lady Michelle Obama is traveling to Japan and Cambodia to speak with…

Despite Being Born Into Slavery, This Black Woman Obtained a PhD In Europe

Reported by Dr. Sinclair Grey III March is considered Women’s History Month, but we could never recognize the achievement of women only once a year. Everyday, we should be celebrating…

The Story We Don’t Tell About Selma

On March 7 2015, the 50th anniversary of Selma, the president recounted the awe-inspiring story of what happened in Alabama in 1965: Despite their seeming powerlessness, African-Americans and their allies…

Coca-Cola has scholarship money for college-bound high school students

Coca-Cola has scholarship money for college-bound high school students

Common and Magic Johnson flank Frederick Douglass High School student Devion Lewis and Amber Hughes at Coca-Cola Headquarters in Atlanta (2013; Steed Media Service file photo) This summer, the Coca-Cola…

“Stop Acting White” Study Shows Black Students Are More Positive About Education Than Other Races

“Stop Acting White” Study Shows Black Students Are More Positive About Education Than Other Races

Black Students Are Most Positive About Education Than Whites You’ve probably heard it before: too many black students don’t do well in school because they think being smart means “acting…

Before Venus and Serena, There Were the Peters Sisters

Before Venus and Serena, There Were the Peters Sisters

Margaret and Matilda Roumania PetersTuskegee University Editor’s note: For Women’s History Month, The Root is spotlighting less famous figures from the African American National Biography, whose stories exemplify the extraordinary, and often unsung,…

Selma to Montgomery: But What About SNCC?

In mid-march 1965, six of us from New England colleges showed up at the SNCC (Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee) office in Montgomery, Alabama, on our way to the Selma to…