A white principal in Flagler County, Florida falsely blamed a Black teacher for an assembly singling out Black students for low test scores.
Why do politicians like Tim Scott share so much from their personal lives on the campaign trail? Research shows it boosts popularity and reduces party polarization in people’s views of politicians.
Amid Labor Day, work still remains to ensure federal government jobs are creating real economic advancement for Black people, NAACP President Derrick Jackson and CWA President Claude Cummings write.
The Jan. 6 Capitol riot was actually a counterinsurgency; a response to the movement for Black lives and insurgency of post-1960s advancements, writes Rev. Osagyefo Sekou.
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