Hurricane Fiona Intensifies In Caribbean After Ravishing Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico
The catastrophic storm caused at least three deaths and widespread power outages.
Bahamas Prime Minister Prompts Referendum To Remove Britain's King Charles III As Head Of State
PM Phillip Davis said it’s his country’s decision on who its head of state is.
Protesters Take To London Streets Over Police Fatal Shooting Of Drill Rapper Chris Kaba
The performer with the British hip hop collective 67 was expecting his first child.
In Wake Of Queen’s Death, Former Black Diaspora British Colonies Conflicted Over Monarchy’s Legacy
At the end of her 70-year reign, voices were demanding an apology for slavery and other historical atrocities at the hands of the crown.
Kwasi Kwarteng Appointed As UK’s First Black Finance Minister
The British-born Ghanaian man will be tasked with helping fix the UK’s cost of living crisis.
Barack and Michelle Obama Join World In Mourning Passing of Queen Elizabeth II
The former President and First Lady joined the world, including Black nations in the British Commonwealth in mourning
Prince Charles Guest Edits Black UK Newspaper ‘The Voice’
He said he “was so touched” by the opportunity.
Church Of England Appoints Racial Justice Director After Apologizing For Role In Transatlantic Slave Trade
Archbishop Justin Welby recently acknowledged that the church ‘actively supported and profited’ from slavery.
Kenya Presidential Election Bitterly Splits Country, Spurs Protests Over Political Rivals
With the vote divided almost evenly, between William Ruto and Raila Odinga, the expectation is that the result will be taken to court.
South African Black Business Ownership Falls Below 30 Percent
Black management control also dropped 5.4 percentage points.