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After losing her husband in a hit-and-run incident, journalist Kimberly Holmes Wiggins is helping others through grief.
Brown University will rename one of its campus buildings after Black graduates.
Sean Combs has pledged $1 million for the creation of a charter school in the Bronx.
Rihanna is reportedly teaming up with Colin Kaepernick for a project about social injustice.
Two women are leading the first Black-owned real estate crowdfunding company.
Marshawn Lynch has launched an initiative to provide the homeless population in Oakland and Seattle with smartphones.
Power couple Beyoncé and Jay Z helped raise $6 million for the non-profit City Of Hope.
A Houston father decided to have a one-on-one conversation with his son’s bully. Now the children are friends.
Actor Jussie Smollett gifted a 6-year-old amputee with a wheelchair accessible van.
This is her fourth marriage.
Shawn D. Rochester, financial literacy expert and author of the acclaimed book The Black Tax: The Cost of Being Black…
Harvard University awarded Colin Kaepernick with the W.E.B. Du Bois medal on Thursday.
Johns Hopkins University recently shared that it would name one of their campus buildings after Henrietta Lacks.
The Getty Institute launched a new program that is centered on research surrounding African American artists and their work.
University of Mississippi faculty and students are leading an effort to rename their journalism school after Ida B. Wells-Barnett.
New genetic research shows that one of Muhammad Ali’s ancestors was a slave who fearlessly fought for freedom.
11-year-old Flint activist Mari Copeny has her own doll.
Chance the Rapper announced that he will be donating $1 million to better the mental health care resources in Chicago.
After successfully completing barber training, 8-year-old Neijae Graham-Henries has been offering free haircuts to kids in her neighborhood.
Denzel Washington is leading the effort to restore August Wilson’s Pittsburgh home.