A 19-year-old student at Spelman College is making history by throwing her hat into the arena of Georgia politics, joining Myya D. Jones as another young person diving head first into local politics.
W.E.B Du Bois was a prominent and prolific Black American sociologist who wrote about life in post-Reconstruction America. His work chronicles the horrors African Americans faced throughout the United States as they attempted to navigate life as second-class citizens after the Civil War.
Cook County prosecutors decided to not press charges against Officer Robert Rialmo for shooting Qunitonio LeGrier, 19, and his neighbor Bettie Smith, 55, the day after Christmas in 2015.
Maybe 2016 being a beacon of quality, diverse entertainment wasn’t a fluke, folks. The year that had amazing black content coming from every direction may actually been the step towards the future we all want.
Many of the United States’ oldest institutions are rooted in white supremacy and a select few are working to establish a more welcoming and inclusive foundation. To do just that, Yale University has renamed a college that was the namesake of John C. Calhoun, the former vice president to John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson and white supremacist.
Frank Ancona, the “Imperial Wizard” for a group called the “Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan” was found dead over the weekend.
Protests have been sparked over multiple days in Paris and surrounding towns after a Black man was arrested, beaten and raped by four police officers.
Under Armour has worked its way into the sporting goods market and has snagged some major athletes as ambassadors, many of which are people of color. So one can see why it would breed conflict after CEO Kevin Plank went on record to say that he felt Donald Trump was “a real asset” to the United States.
Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors already made his stance on the president clear in an interview. Another high profile athlete of Under Armour has also come out and taken an even stronger stance than Curry.
The latest major business to show support for Donald Trump is being forced to answer questions from both the public and its most recognizable ambassador, Steph Curry.