NCBCP Mourns the Passing of Thomas Dortch

NCBCP recognizes the exceptional life of Mr. Thomas W. Dortch, Jr., Father, Husband, Son, Leader, Mentor, Businessman, Philanthropist, Advocate, Beloved Member of the Community and National Treasure. Tommy Lived a Unique and Extraordinary Life Whose Contributions Across America Impacted Countless People, Focused on Lifting Black Americans and Other Marginalized People, Communities, HBCUs and Other Institutions


5 Tips to Become a Homeowner in 2023

Sponsored content from JPMorgan Chase & Co. Homeownership is the largest financial undertaking for most Americans and a key to building generational wealth. It can provide a  base of security, as building home equity provides you with more financial options in the future. For instance, home equity can be used to pay off debt, increase


In Your Home: Healthcare Made Easy

Older adults living with serious illness often find themselves in an unending cycle of health crises that lead from home to hospital to rehab and back home again. It also can be difficult for them to get to their many appointments and manage their care alone. Gilchrist’s Elder Medical Care (EMC) program brings care to


Spelman Student’s Design Featured in Target’s Black History Month Collection | Watch

Cadence Patrick – screenshot *ATLANTA (WANF) — A sophomore at Spelman College is making a name for herself in the world of graphic design during Black History Month. Computer science major Cadence Patrick is one of three students from historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) whose designs are featured in Target’s Black History Month Collection.