The world paused on July 18, 2021, to celebrate what would have been Nelson Mandela's 103rd birthday. Here are some…
Black voters have plenty to gain from replacing the electoral college.
Rodney Robinson, a graduate of Virginia State University, was named the 2019 National Teacher of the Year.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren announces a plan to fix the student loan debt crisis, especially for Black people.
Black Democrats are still not ready to impeach Trump after the Mueller report was released.
San Francisco Superior Court cleared 88,000 suspended driver’s license cases for certain people who failed to appear in traffic court.
Charlotte Police Department released a partial video of the police fatal shooting of Danquirs Franklin.
Sen. Kamala Harris said she regrets the truancy law she promoted in California.
Resale ticket prices for Jay-Z's Webster Hall performance are out of reach for many fans.
Harvard Law professor Charles Ogletree, who suffers from Alzheimer's, was found safe after he was reported missing from his home.
R. Kelly reportedly failed to make his child support payments, again.
The Tennessee House passed legislation that would suppress the Black vote.
Prosecutors laid out overwhelming evidence against suspected church arsonist Holden Matthews.
Gov. Ralph Northam canceled his appearance at a fundraiser after demonstrators showed up to protest his blackface scandal.
A Black Columbia University student was assaulted by security officers when he declined to show them his student ID card.
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