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Jay Z Makes a Generous Contribution to Black Lives Matter
Jay Z's word is bond as he follows through with hefty donation promise....


Half of Black Millennials Know Victim of Police Violence
Black Youth Project releases report on young African-Americans....


Hundreds of Protesters Hit Chicago Streets After Video of Laquan McDonald Killing Is Released
Hundreds of protesters blocked major Chicago intersections Tuesday and plan to continue demonstrati...


MC Lyte Wants To End Misogyny In Hip Hop With 'Feminists' Like Fetty Wap
'Trap Queen' was a love song if you didn't know....


Future, Mike Will Made-It Join Forces for Charity
Rapper and producer announce events benefiting youth and senior citizens in Atlanta....


LeBron James Loves the... Adults
Cavs player launches GED program in Akron....


Watch Nate Parker's Short Film #AmeriCAN
Beyond the Lights star tackles prejudice against Black youth....


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


Inside the New Generation of Black Activism
Black millennials are now charged with pushing forward on the fight for civil rights that ignited a...


Chance the Rapper Is Chicago's Youth of the Year
Rapper receives award from city's mayor, Rahm Emanuel....


Donald Sterling to Play Santa Claus at Toy Drive in Watts Projects
Banned NBA owner will hand out gifts to kids in Los Angeles neighborhood....


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...


Meet the Georgia Five: Black Women Running for Statewide Office
Voters could elect five Black women to statewide office in the Peach state....


Melanie Fiona Opens for Beyonce, Pharrell Williams Speaks at Genius Talks and Fruitevalle Station Premieres at The Experience
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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...


Commentary: Call Her Caitlyn
Snoop, Timbaland and online bullies should check themselves....


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...


Commentary: Our Lives Are Valuable
GLAAD’s Tiq Milan on why his and other Black transgender lives are so important....


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...

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