President Joe Biden
Secretary Of Education Miguel Cardona Discusses HBCU Week and the Student Loans Crisis
The Secretary reiterated the Biden Administration’s commitment to supporting HBCUs.
Tara Murray To Exit As White House Aide For Job With National Urban League
Murray was named Executive Director of the National Urban League’s Washington Bureau and Senior Vice President for Policy and Advocacy.
Biden To Establish National Monument Honoring Emmett Till And Mamie Till-Mobley
Till’s death and his mother’s activism was a catalyst to the Civil Rights Movement, now a monument to them will be erected.
White House Announces Star-Studded Juneteenth Concert
The concert will take place on June 13 on the South Lawn at the White House.
NAACP President Says That Debt Ceiling Deal 'Misses The Mark' for Black Americans
“The well-being of Black Americans and vulnerable people should never be negotiated,” NAACP President & CEO Derrick Johnson said.
Uganda Anti-Gay Law Brings Political Foes Biden, Cruz Together In Agreement
The anti-LGBTQ law will enforce the death penalty for "aggravated homosexuality” in the African country.
Biden Nominates Gen. Charles 'CQ' Brown As Chair Of Joint Chiefs of Staff
‘General Brown is a warrior, descended from a proud line of warriors,’ Biden said of the decorated veteran at the announcement.
Survey: Black Americans Still Have Overall Positive View Of Biden
But many Black voters don’t think his policies have made much difference in their lives.
Biden Calls For Police Reform To Mark The Third Anniversary Of George Floyd’s Death
“I urge Congress to enact meaningful police reform and send it to my desk. I will sign it,” Biden said.
Florida School Limits Access To Poem By Black Poet Read At Biden Inauguration
After a parental complaint, Amanda Gorman’s ‘The Hill We Climb’ was placed on a restricted list.