On January 18, 2016, DeRay McKesson joined Stephen Colbert on his late night talk show where he talked about Campaign Zero and white privilege with the host.
Lupita Nyong’o continues to establish herself as a style icon at the frontier of fashion here on earth and, more recently, galaxies far, far away.
A 2013 Princeton University grad student has created a new mobile app that is sure to inspire students to want to achieve higher grades.
Trevor Wilkins, who also attended Whitney Young Magnet High School in Chicago, created Küdzoo, an app that brings businesses and schools together with the goal of motivating students to excel.
Top universities turn out twice as many black and Latino computer science and computer engineering graduates than the rate at which leading tech companies hire them, according to a USA Today analysis.
The companies say the pool of job applicants is to blame for the severe shortage of blacks and Latinos in Silicon Valley.
Police departments across the country are using body cameras on its officers and that technology could soon come to Chicago.
The department cites conflicting stories between citizens and police officers during encounters as a reason for the body cam pilot program.
14-year-old high school freshman Caleb Christian grew concerned about the number of incidents of police abuse in the news.
He knew that while there were bad cops out there, good police officers also existed in various parts of the country. The problem was that he had no way of figuring out which communities were highly rated and which were not.
So, together with his two older sisters, Ima and Asha, they created a mobile app development company — Pinetart Inc., from which the Five-O mobile app was born.
20-year-old Marques Brownlee is “the best technology reviewer on the planet.” It’s true. Especially when it comes to explaining new technologies to the average consumer.
In fact, Brownlee’s reviews are so good that Google VP Vic Gundotra even recognized him.
Emojis have changed how we communicate emotions via text and social media during conversations.
The ongoing complaint has been that the popular emojis designed by Apple and other major corporations do not reflect the diversity of the world.
Well one former NASA employee has changed that.