Here's a closer look at the Blackest TV shows produced by Norman Lear, whose death draws attention to his iconic sitcoms like "Sanford and Son" and "Good Times."

The actress and producer was 51. The date and cause of her death were not immediately confirmed. Here's everything we know.

Izaye Eubanks terrorized his victims "because of their national origin," the DOJ said.

Grace Jabbari testified in Jonathan Majors' domestic violence trial that she didn't want the actor, "as a Black man," to be arrested and pointed out he called 911, not her.

During the GOP primary debate, Vivek Ramaswamy defended Donald Trump and pushed the racist "great replacement theory."

Democratic Attorney General Aaron Ford announced the indictments of six state Republican accused of being fake electors in the 2020 election to rig a win for Trump.

Donald Trump's RICO co-defendant Trevian Kutti could be jailed if her latest threats against Ruby Freeman violate the terms of her bond.

Philadelphia has reduced school-based arrests by 91% since 2013.

The unarmed, exonerated Black man was shot to death during a traffic stop in Georgia.

An artist is facing backlash for her African female version of Sinterklaas.

The police narrative behind the excessive force is unraveling.

Watch scholar Nyle Fort break down the reciprocated solidarity between Palestinians and Black Americans.

The centrality of the Bible in Black life cannot be overstated, Rev. Osagyefo Sekou writes.

The teen who refused to give his Citi Bike bike to Sarah Jane Comrie and his family spoke out about the viral incident.

He appeared on the Small Doses podcast with Amanda Seales.

If you haven't watched Aaron Hall's bizarre interview with VladTV, stop everything you're doing right now and watch it.

With big names on the soundtrack for 'The Color Purple' musical reboot, we revisited some of the best music moments in Black cinema history. The post 15 Black Movie Soundtracks As Good As The Film Itself appeared first on Black America Web.

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I remember what life was like before the Affordable Care Act and I’m not going back, political strategist Antjuan Seawright writes in response to Trump's latest threat to Obamacare.

Black Lives Matter Rhode Island leader Gary Dantzler denounced Mark Fisher and claimed the man who endorsed Donald Trump is not part of BLM.

The Black Futures Lab announced it will award more than $1 million to 10 Black-led organizations to mobilize Black male voters ahead of the 2024 election.

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Laneisha Shantrice Henderson tried to burn down Martin Luther King's birth home in Atlanta, police say. But why would a Black person do that?

Atlanta Councilman Antonio Lewis proposed a ban on hoodies and ski masks in an effort to reduce crime in the city.

An Alabama police officer with the Reform Police Department is on administrative leave after video showed her tasing a handcuffed Black man for no discerning reason outside of her fragile blue ego getting bruised.

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The world class sprinter is on a mission.

Bowie State University invited Morgan State University students to attend its homecoming football game in the wake of a mass shooting on Morgan's campus this week in Baltimore.

After they successfully complete each course, students enrolled at the Tuskegee Flight Academy are eligible for free flight training. 

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From coups to killing unarmed civilians to alienating potential allies, Henry Kissinger's power- and transactionalist-oriented approach to foreign policy produced a series of destructive outcomes.

The recent marginal increase in Black Trump support has been disappointing, to say the least, and baffling considering Donald Trump has shown nothing but contempt for our leaders, our civil rights movements, our non-whitewashed history, our voting districts (Trump’s “stop the steal” nonsense would have largely affected predominately Black and Latino voting precincts), diversity in […]

Learning from other languages of gratitude, perhaps we can make our “thank you” less casual and more heartfelt.

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Ellen Holly, the first Black actor to lead a daytime TV show with her role in the soap opera "One Life To Live," has died at 92.

California Congresswoman Maxine Waters is demanding banks open up more branches in her district in which the largest ethnic group of residents is Black people.

Historically Black colleges and universities are among the 20 institutions of higher learning receiving $93 million in grants to support their respective research and development efforts.

Country music star Morgan Wallen says he's mad people thought he was racist after being caught on video saying the N-word nearly three years ago.

The SZN Opener podcast welcomes Sundiata Anderson, defensive lineman at Grambling State University and HBCU NFL draft prospect.

Known as the Vicksburg Massacre, hundreds of African Americans were lynched for defending a Mississippi county's first Black sheriff on Dec. 7, 1874.

Fred Hampton was only 21 years old when he was killed on Dec. 4, 1969, but his political, social and revolutionary legacy stands the test of time through these following quotes.

On Dec. 4, 1969, the 21-year-old chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party was murdered by Chicago police.

A new Jacksonville shooting lawsuit accuses Dollar General and the white supremacist shooter's parents of negligence that enabled the racist violence.