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Kansas Students Outraged Over Suspension Of Black Girl Attacked By White Male Classmate

This was ‘a textbook hate crime,’ but school administrators are sweeping the assault under the rug, a student says.

ESPN Host Malika Andrews Accused By Ex-Cowboy Dez Bryant of Ignoring Josh Giddey Case

Giddey is facing accusations of having an improper relationship with an underage girl. But the host of ‘NBA Today’ has been criticized for not covering it.

3 Takeaways From The Federal Appeals Court Voting Rights Act Decision

The VRA is once again under attack, this time in Arkansas with a decision that may have far reaching consequences.

Florida State Senator Introduces Bill To Prohibit Reparations Payments

The proposed amendment literally spells out a ban on restitution for the descendants of anyone enslaved in the U.S. prior to emancipation.

Sheila Jackson Lee Trails John Whitmire In Houston Mayoral Race As Early Voting Begins

A new survey suggests that the congresswoman is behind among most demographics.

Racial Slurs Found Spray Painted Outside Alaska Black Caucus Building in Anchorage

The caucus has been the target of several racial incidents

Derek Chauvin To Survive Prison Stabbing, Minn. Attorney General Keith Ellison’s Office Says

The former Minneapolis cop was wounded while serving a federal sentence for George Floyd’s murder.

Cornel West Focuses on Battleground State Michigan In His Presidential Campaign

The renowned scholar and activist is hoping to appeal to Black and Arab-American voters who are disgruntled with the Biden Administration.

This Week In Good Black News: Tierra Whack Doc Drops, Bresha Webb Is Pregnant And Jackson State University Appoints New President

Thanksgiving week is bringing a trove of uplifting stories you should know.

Meet Rep. Gabe Amo, the First Black Rhode Islander To Be Elected To Congress

Previously a staffer with the Obama and Biden administrations, Amo will represent Rhode Island’s First district.

Five Important Issues Surrounding Black Food Justice This Thanksgiving

Op-Ed: As we gather with friends and family for the holiday, there are things our community at large must still deal with.