Ben Carson Would Rather Put Harriet Tubman on the $2 Bill

For some reason, the media is still looking to the former Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson for his opinions on social matters. This week, he expressed that he is not pleased with the Treasury Department’s decision to replace president Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with the iconic freedom fighter, Harriet Tubman (insert the world’s tiniest violin).

WATCH: Cathy Cohen Visits Princeton To Discuss African-American Studies

Dr. Cathy J. Cohen not only founded the Black Youth Project in 2004, she has been at the helm of research on Black youth for many years. Her work with BYP and BYP100 stems directly from her academic fortitude of investigating the ways that society engages with race, how institutions profit from the exploitation of ‘Others,’ and what this means to our generation. In this lecture, she discusses topics like neoliberalism, the killing of Michael Brown, and police occupation of minority communities.

Million Student March Organizer Schools Fox’s Neil Cavuto on Free College

After last Wednesday’s Million Student March demonstrations on college campuses across the country, Fox News host Neil Cavuto invited student organizer Darletta Scruggs on his show to discuss the main points of the actions, which are free college, cancellation of student loan debt, mandatory $15 minimum hourly wage for all campus workers, and divestment from private prisons by all colleges and universities. While Cavuto attempted to over talk Scruggs and redirect the conversation to straw man topics like tax increases and international affairs, Ms. Scruggs stayed on topic and literally schooled him on why free college should be a priority right now.

President Obama Shows Steph Curry How To Ball In New Mentorship Video

President Obama is very passionate about creating mentoring programs for young people, especially young men, of color. His newest promotional video called “The Mentorship” – a feature for his My Brother’s Keeper initiative – features one of the most well-known faces in professional sports today: Steph Curry of the record-breaking Golden State Warriors. What is best about the short clip is the comedic relationship between Obama and Curry even when the President tries to improve Curry’s jump shot.

The First Trailer For Nate Parker’s ‘The Birth Of A Nation’ Looks Incredible

Nate Parker’s directorial debut, The Birth of A Nation, went to Sundance fairly under the radar and was the talk of the entire festival when things were all said and done. Fox Searchlight soon bought the distribution rights for the film for $17.5 million. To further build the anticipation for the film based on Nat Turner’s 1831 slave rebellion, the studio has released the first teaser trailer. It looks dope.

Clinton and de Blasio Make Awkward Joke About “CP Time”

The Clinton campaign is on a road full of speed bumps when it comes to the black community. Hillary’s been dismissive of young black women on multiple occasions and Bill recently criticized Black Lives Matter. Now, Hillary and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio made an off-color (no pun intended) joke at the annual Inner Circle Dinner roast this past weekend, according to the Root.

Michael B. Jordan and Kobe Bryant Co-Star In Apple TV Commercial

Every few years there appears to be a new black actor who we fan cast into every possible role. There was Denzel, then Will Smith, then Idris Elba and the most recent one appears to be Michael B. Jordan. So it makes perfect sense that he’d be in on the joke.

In the latest commercial from Apple TV, Jordan co-stars alongside Kobe Bryant, who has only one game left in his professional basketball career. Jordan wears a replica of Bryant’s Lower Merion high school jersey as the two discuss what it’ll take to portray him in a film.