Henry Louis Gates Takes A New Journey Into Blackness With ‘Making Black America: Through The Grapevine’
The Harvard historian and PBS show host is bringing a new look at our past to find why we are who we are, and why that’s a good thing.
White House Pushes Back on Claims Black Staffers Are Unhappy and Leaving
Despite a recent article White House staff turnover rates are within the expected range after a president’s first year in office, officials say.
Human Remains Under Pensacola Building Likely Belong To Historic African American Cemetery, Florida Officials Say
An investigation by University of West Florida researchers is ongoing.
Another Unmarked Black Cemetery Discovered In Florida
These cases raise questions about who’s accountable for correcting past wrongs.
Black Girls and Women Killed At Rate of 4 Per Day In 2020 As Homicides Increased
Homicides of Black girls and women were the most increased.
2020 Census Reveals Unprecedented Multiracial Growth, White Population Decline
The Black population now makes up 14.2 percent of America.
Gang Member Who Led Firebombing of Black Family Homes In L.A. Housing Project, Receives Long Prison Sentence
Carlos Hernandez organized an attack against Black families.
What Black Business Leaders Say Biden-Harris Administration Needs To Address
How the White House can address the needs of Black firms.