Black History Month Stories

Shawn Theodore Debuting New 'Night Stars' Art Exhibit At Philadelphia's Paradigm GalleryTheodore says the work comes from his own investigation into Afromythology, the real and imaginary histories and futures of African Americans.
Cherry Hill School District Psychologist Francesca Aldrich Helping Inspire, Connect Students Through Virtual Black History Month Book ClubA local school psychologist is on a mission to help young students get excited about learning Black History while learning to appreciate all of our differences. And she's doing it in a creative way -- one page at a time.
Philadelphia Woman, Ingrid Wynn Catlin, Recalls Civil Rights Sit-InThey are known as The Greensboro Four, four Black college students who refused to leave a Woolworth's segregated lunch counter after they were denied service. Sixty-one years later, a Philadelphia woman who was part of that protest talks about her experience. 
Open For Business: Buddha Babe In Mount Airy Is Beacon Of Hope For Entire CommunityWhile COVID surely has cast darkness all over our country CBS3’s Vittoria Woodill has found a little brightness in a small baby boutique.
Philadelphia Woman Adrienne Whaley Using Education Of Black American History To Make Sure People 'Can Do Better In Future'With the unrest the country has seen over the last year, Whaley's work has become, even more, critical.
WATCH: One-On-One With Sixers Coach Doc Rivers, Who's Built To Make Difference On And Off CourtTonight, we honor Philadelphia 76ers head coach Doc Rivers, a man who is built to make a difference on and off the court.
105-Year-Old Lucia DeClerck Shares Secret To Longevity After Surviving 3 Husbands, 2 PandemicsNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy surprised the Centenarian with a personal phone call Monday morning.
Taste With Tori: Miss Winnie's In West Chester Offers You A Taste Of The Islands During Cold, Snowy WinterMiss Winnie’s in West Chester is the place to go if you're craving an island getaway during this frigid winter.
3 Trailblazing Philadelphia Radio Legends Reflect On Careers During Black History MonthWe talk to three women who each have their own sound and style, inspiring, informing and entertaining.
Rising Through The Ranks: How Lisa Forrest Rose Became Philadelphia Fire Department's First-Ever Black Female Fire Battalion ChiefCBS3's Janelle Burrell spoke one-on-one with Philadelphia Fire Battalion Chief Lisa Forrest. And, while she may be petite in stature, she’s making a mighty impact.