Good News

Former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama have created a children’s series about civic engagement.

Megan Thee Stallion will provide a student with a full-ride scholarship to Long Island University’s Roc Nation School of Music, Sports and Entertainment.

Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand donated $1 million to Morehouse College’s sports journalism program.

Tiffany Haddish will portray iconic track legend Florence Griffith Joyner in a biopic.

The former residence of legendary musician Muddy Waters has been given preliminary landmark status.

Howard University announced its reestablished College of Fine Arts will be named after visionary Chadwick Boseman.

NBA player Bam Adebayo helped surprise students at a Miami-based after-school program with digital learning tools.

The National Basketball Players Association is donating $360,000 to revitalize Harlem’s historic Rucker Park.

Delaware State University announced it will eliminate student loan debt for over 200 recent graduates who were significantly impacted by the pandemic.

Milwaukee Bucks star Jrue Holiday is furthering his efforts to support small Black-owned businesses and nonprofits throughout the country.

Actress Taraji P. Henson has launched an initiative centered on helping Black youth overcome mental health struggles.

Spelman College is naming its performing arts center after actress and director LaTanya Richardson Jackson and her husband actor Samuel L. Jackson.