Black America

From calling for the police to be funded to making fleeting references to issues that disproportionately affect Black people, the president's speech left much to be desired.

Colin In Black & White adds another dimension to the now exiled quarterback. As his voice finds new mediums, he’s found teammates to execute further his vision: education for Black and brown communities about racism, the structures which keep it alive, and how to tear those systems down.

White House Senior Advisor for Public Engagement Trey Baker highlighted several areas of the president's agenda directly impacting Black communities, as the president makes a big push for his expansive infrastructure plan.

In today's installment of hustling backwards, Candace Owens is pushing a conspiracy theory that Democrats are trying "to import" migrants to make "the black vote irrelevant." And she wants an apology from "Black America," too.

The U.S. Census Bureau has released partial data it collected last year showing data that will have a major impact on decisions impacting communities for the next decade.

Spike Lee's "Drop Squad" movie was released 26 years ago, but it is more relevant than ever for the state of Black America.

Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan's July Fourth speech about the state of Black people in America will be seen and heard by a global audience.

The Congressional Black Caucus has submitted a sweeping list of proposals that it says elected officials must implement to specifically protect Black folks and their best interests as the country grapples with the coronavirus crisis.

In America, where the coronavirus has been spreading exponentially, Black people were bracing for consequences from the respiratory illness that has already affected them in myriad ways beyond the context of health.

The effects of the Great Recession that began in late 2007 have never dissipated fully, or at all. And that was especially true for Black people. Another recession would be disastrous.

Black people have been on the losing end of recent Supreme Court decisions.

One of the common denominators among reactions to the death of author Tom Wolfe was his relationship with writing about the topic of race.