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Soul-Searching in Southern India
B*Real's Laura Janelle Downey shares her journey to discovering her inner Zen....


Commentary: Why #BlackWomenEqualPay Should Trend Everyday
We make 64 cents to every dollar a white man makes....


Dee-1 Sounds Off on Queen Bey's Ode to N.O. in New Video, 'Formation'
The Nawlins MC isn't hating on Queen Bey....


Obama Celebrates Equal Pay Day With Two Executive Actions
President Obama signs executive orders to close gender pay gap....


NFL Suspends Aldon Smith for One Year
Troubled linebacker already missed nine games last season for violating league's policies....


Dwyane Wade Wants to Get Paid
Miami Heat star will hit the free agent market seeking mega deal....


Obama to Return 5 Percent of Salary to Treasury
President Obama gives up part of his salary to share sacrifice made by furloughed government worker...


House GOP Passes Comp Time Bill to Highlight Its Softer Side
Democrats argue that the Working Families Flexibility Act is not flexible enough for workers....


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Caribbean Gathering Focuses on Reparations Battle
On Sept. 16, more than a dozen Caribbean nations continued to make their case for receiving slavery...


Caribbean Nations Seek Reparations From Europe
A regional organization called the Caribbean Community has taken up cause of compensation for slave...


This Day in Black History: April 16, 1862
Slavery officially ended in Washington, D.C. on April 16, 1862....


Simmer Down Everybody, Jay Z Cares About Black People
The minor detail you missed while criticizing the already-infamous Tidal staff photo....


Trial Date Set in Jay Z 'Big Pimpin' Lawsuit
Hov accused of copyright infringement by the nephew of Egyptian composer....


Fight for $15 Protests Expand for Low-Wage Workers
Demonstrations have been planned for more than 230 U.S. cities and college campuses, as well as doz...


Joseph Sledge Exonerated of 1976 Double Murder
North Carolina man convicted of killing a mother and daughter has been freed after nearly 37 years ...


Kenyan Students Protest School Killings, Urge More Security
President Uhuru Kenyatta's government has faced criticism for an allegedly late response by its sec...


Basketball Wives Threaten to Quit Over Salary Dispute
PLUS: Basketball Wives LA star Gloria Govan stars in two new online series on Shaquille O'Neal's In...


This Day in Black History: Dec. 2, 1923
Roland Hayes became the first Black singer at Boston’s Symphony Hall on Dec. 2, 1923....

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