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Georgia Teens Create App to Rate Local Police
Four siblings recently launched Five-O, a Yelp-like app that allows users to rate local law enforce...


Report: Black Youth Are Viewed as Less Innocent
A UCLA professor conducted a study about negative attitudes toward black youth, especially by polic...


Study: More Black Juveniles Sentenced to Life Without Parole
A new study shows that Black males are grossly overrepresented among juveniles who are sentenced to...


Black Children Who Live in Housing Projects More Likely to Smoke
Black children living in housing project communities are more likely to smoke cigarettes than child...


Yoga for Our People: Black Yogis Share Their Commitment to Community
These Black yoga teachers say yoga can be a powerful tool to help turn around some of our most chal...


Chicago Student: Violence Won't End Until We "Make Money Out of Peace"
Chicago State student and activist Dennis Johnson says on the Melissa Harris-Perry show that “viole...


In East St. Louis, a Program That Curbs Youth Violence and Boosts Achievement
Officials in East St. Louis say that the Christian Activity Center has been a model of how to incre...


Study Stresses the Importance of Mobilizing Young Black Voters
Political mobilization can drive young Blacks to vote this year in high numbers, and they could mak...


Q&A: Dr. Joseph Richardson, Expert in HIV Risk Reduction
Dr. Joseph Richardson shares his expertise on reducing HIV rates among incarcerated Black males....


Health Hero: Fighting for Men’s Health on the South Side of Chicago
Project Brotherhood promotes spiritual, physical and economic health for men in the South Side of C...


U.S. Helps Sudan Town Move Past 'Hungriest Place'U.S. Helps Sudan Town Move Past 'Hungriest Place'
U.S. Helps Sudan Town Move Past 'Hungriest Place'...


Commentary: Black Sportswriter Tries to Inspire Black Men in His Hometown
Eric Woodyard, 25, tells his life story in a documentary to raise scholarship money for other broth...


Commentary: Chicago's Prodigal Son Returns
President Obama’s visit proves it's not an all or nothing solution in Chicago....


Kanye West Preps "Got Bars" Program for Chicago Youth
West announces new 10-week music program....


Commentary: GOP Proposal Will Make College More Expensive for Blacks
Student loan debt threatens to keep Blacks out of the middle class....


Broken Dreams Explores Vanishing Somali Youth of Minneapolis
In her debut documentary, journalist and filmmaker Fathia Absie investigates the recruitment of you...


Chris Brown Shares Advice With Young Black Men
Breezy encourages young men to "keep your head up" despite stereotypes....


10 Ways To Fight HIV/AIDS
Posted Feb. 6, 2008 – Want to know what you can do to get involved in the HIV/AIDS fight? Here 10 w...


Obama’s Reelection Campaign Plans to Win Back Key Demos
Obama for America will tailor its efforts toward minorities, youths and seniors with the Project Vo...


Assistant Secretary of Labor Says the President Is Trying to Help Black America
Labor Department Assistant Secretary for Policy William Spriggs tells BET.com that African-American...

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