The pandemic taught us three ways to help colleges better address student inequality.
For a while there, anti-vaxxers with a platform who protested against or tried to discredit the COVID-19 vaccine were dying from the virus.
Women of color are barely making ends meet because of the uncertain state of the economy.
The gospel singer recently had some telling words at church.
U.S. Reps. Bennie Thompson and Val Demings have both tested positive for COVID-19. They are the latest notable Black people to contract the coronavirus.
Don't take off those masks just yet. COVID-19 appears to be spiking across the United States and a new variant is responsible for the sudden surge.
Two of Payton Grendon's extended family members, Sandra and Dave Komoroff, are blaming COVID-19 for his alleged racist shooting spree in Buffalo.
Black women love cycling too, and one national organization is striving to reinforce the sentiment.
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas' hospitalization for an unspecified "infection" has been longer than predicted, prompting further questions about his health as a new COVID-19 variant is surging around the globe.
Recent data published by CDC may suggest hesitancies about the vaccine may be shifting in the Black and Brown community.
Historically Black colleges and universities across the country have lost huge aspects of traditional student life due to the pandemic. For HBCUs, the culture that makes these schools socially unique took a substantial hit.
A leader of the Michigan GOP Party decided her anti-mask rhetoric would hit a little differently if she invoked the racist trope of the scary Black man.
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