Was it necessary to make a rape scene a plot device so central to The Woman King's drive to excel as kick-ass warrior royalty? Must Black women be victims of violation or degradation for them to be motivated as patriots and heroes?
The autopsy now confirms that Elijah died due to "acute Ketamine administration during violent subdual and restraint by law enforcement and emergency response personnel."
Maternal health advocate Chanel Porchia-Albert opens up.
Following the show’s debut on Sept. 22, a relative of one of the victims sounded off about Netflix recreating his cousin's breakdown and the families being unpaid for their story.
The states with the highest increases in purges were states with a history of voting discrimination.
Iconic sitcom "A Different World," which turns 35 this year, has had a lasting influence on HBCUs and Black culture as a whole.
Walker’s corporation previously pledged that 15 percent of all profits would go to various non-profit charities.
House Republicans launched a "commitment to America" but amplify debunked claims.
Adrianne Shropshire addresses why it's important to be engaged in this election cycle.
The widening Mississippi welfare scandal spotlights the state's food stamp recipients.
Unanswered questions linger after the Boston Celtics suspended their head coach.
From 1830 to 1854 'Free' Frank McWorter spent more than $14,000 freeing 16 family members from bondage. $14,000 in 1850 is worth $531,777.44 today.
Learn about changes to voting rights since 2020 and how to cast your ballot in the upcoming midterm elections.
The woman at the center of Emmett Till's death dictated “I Am More Than A Wolf Whistle” more than a decade ago. It represents the first time she has spoken openly about the case.
Author Andrea Stephenson and her 6-year-old son released a book designed to teach youth about Black STEM pioneers.
Astronaut Jeanette Epps is the first Black woman to join an International Space Station crew.
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