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This Day in Black History: Oct. 23, 1940
Legendary soccer star Pelé was born in Três Corações, Brazil....


Commentary: Barry Bonds Limps Back Into Baseball’s Spotlight
Retired slugger returns to AT&T Park to applause for what he did for Giants fans....


Commentary: Dear White and Black People, Go See This Movie
Dear White People offers a nuanced look at identity and culture in America....


Black Unemployment Rate Dipped in September
The Black unemployment rate in September was 11.0 percent....


Record Number of Black Candidates Seeking Office
The increase may be due to a combination of opportunity and changing demographics....


Obama Says Mistrust of Police Corroding America
President Obama speaks at Congressional Black Caucus Foundation dinner....


This Day in Black History: Oct. 12, 1932
Comedian and activist Dick Gregory was born on Oct. 12, 1932....


This Day in Black History: Oct. 3, 1949
WERD, the nation's first Black-owned radio station, opened in Atlanta, on Oct. 3, 1949....


Genetic Breast Cancer More Common in African-Americans
Why the BRCA gene matters to Black women....


Black Is the New Black: Number of African-American Women in Prison Is Rising
Black women are six times more likely to be in prison than white women....


George C. Wolfe on Being Black and Gay: ‘I Was Aware How Others Perceived Me’
The Tony Award-winning director talks his latest film, race and his love for Loretta Devine....


Marvel's New Captain America Will Be Black
Plus, company further diversifies its universe with a female Thor....


October Is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Domestic violence is not new or rare to the Black community....


Commentary: Are You Black, Black-ish or Not Black at All?
You're missing out on a lot more than a label by not embracing being African-American....


This Day in Black History: Oct. 15, 1966
The Black Panther Party was co-founded by Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale in Oakland, California, on...


This Day in Black History: Sept. 15, 1963
On Sept. 15, 1963, four Black girls, Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley and Denise...


McDonald's Celebrates and Honors African-American Leaders With 365 Black Awards on BET
Hosted by Terrence J and Tika Sumpter McDonald's honors African-American activists and leaders with...


This Day in Black History: Sept. 11, 1999
Serena Williams became the second African-American woman to win the U.S. Open title on Sept. 11, 19...


This Day in Black History: Aug. 28, 2008
Barack Obama accepts the Democratic presidential nomination on Aug. 28, 2008....


BET Networks and Morehouse College to Host Town Hall Meeting
The discussion tackles negative stereotypes of Black men in the media....

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