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Black Mizzou Alum: 'Missouri Has a Lot of Work to Do'
Aris Williams reflects on the challenges of being a Black student at the school's prestigious J-sch...


Over a Cell Phone? When School Officials Treat Black Kids Like Criminals
Nothing she did could have warranted such violence....


Would You Let Rachel Dolezal Braid Your Hair?
America's most famous "transracial" woman is taking appointments....


Tracee Ellis Ross Gets Honorary Doctorate from Brown University
Black-ish star wears a cap and gown for her alma mater....


Study: Voter ID Laws Cut Turnout by Blacks, Young
The study compared election turnout in Kansas and Tennessee — which tightened voter ID requirements...


The Party's Over: Black Voters Must Turn Out for Themselves
The time has come for African-Americans to vote for their own interests....


Black Effigies Hanged on Berkeley Campus Spur Debate
Effigies of black lynching victims were found hanging at the University of California, Berkeley hou...


Report: Dark-Skinned Black Girls Receive Harsher Discipline in School
Study finds that darker skinned African-American girls are three times more likely to be suspended ...


Keri Hilson Says Rachel Dolezal Deserves a ‘Thank You’
"She's doing more than most of us do for ourselves," says Hilson...


Arizona Superintendent Wants to Cut School's Hip Hop History Course
John Huppenthal says program violates ethnic studies ban....


2015 American Black Film Festival Announces Dates, Submission Info
Four day event will take place in New York City....


CDC: Rates of Pregnancy Are Way Down Among Black Teens
However, teens of color still have higher rates of pregnancy than do whites....


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


NCAA Charges North Carolina With Five Violations Over Academic Fraud Scandal
Links to improper benefits from African Studies department to athletes....


This Day in Black History: Aug. 18, 1963
James Meredith became the first African-American student to graduate from the University of Mississ...


This Day in Black History: July 3, 1944
Ruth Simmons, the first Black president of an Ivy League institution, was born on July 3, 1944....


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This Day in Black History: July 9, 1893
Dr. Daniel Hale Williams performed the first open-heart surgery....


Brazil Faces Issues Around Racism Despite Black Identity
The South American nation has recently begun addressing past and present-day issues around race in ...


Commentary: A Raging Debate About Black Studies
There’s been a big hubbub of late over the Chronicle of Higher Education's writer Naomi Schaefer Ri...

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