NBA Star Chris Paul Says His Daughter Is Bullied In School Over His Lack of Championships
The Suns point guard talked on a recent podcast about what his child goes through.
Colorado Woman Alleges Police Failed To Respond In Time To Husband’s Deadly Kidnapping
Talija Campbell says she went to the location of the suspected kidnapping of her husband Qualin when it appeared that authorities saw no urgency.
NAACP Urging 'Extreme Caution' For Visitors To Louisiana
Several bills targeting LGBTQ people are currently being considered at the Louisiana state legislature.
This Week In Good Black News: Tyler James Williams Addresses Internet Rumors, Naomi Osaka Reveals The Gender Of Her Baby And Alicia Keys Has Big News
Plus, Don Lemon lands his first gig since leaving CNN.
White House Announces Star-Studded Juneteenth Concert
The concert will take place on June 13 on the South Lawn at the White House.
Survey: Most Californians Do Not Support Reparations For Black Residents
The state reparations task force is expected soon to submit its final recommendations to the governor and lawmakers.
Vulnerable Communities of Color Threatened By ‘Hazardous' NYC Air Quality
A study shows that low-income and communities of color are regularly exposed to pollution.
Amanda Gorman Gives First Interview Since Her Book Was Restricted By A Florida School On “CBS Mornings”
"Just because a book is still technically in circulation doesn't mean that the access to that book has been preserved," Gorman said in the interview.
Supreme Court Orders New Congressional District Map In Victory For Black Alabama Voters
In a surprise ruling, two conservative justices sided with the court’s liberal wing.
5 States Where Republicans Are Making Moves To Turn The Nation Backward
From diversity programs to criminal justice reforms, right-wing extremists in the GOP are attacking hard-earned civil rights advancements.