Samyra Is Changing The Game and Doing It Her Way

The ultra-talented singer and content creator became a social media sensation with her viral hits “Supermodel” and “Plus-Size Freestyle.”

How Did DEI Become the New American Battlefield?

The country is wrenching its hands over attacks on diversity efforts in academia and the corporate structure. But how did we get here?

Rev. Al Sharpton Demonstrates at Office of Hedge Fund Manager Who Targeted Claudine Gay

He accused Bill Ackman of racism and says the National Action Network will picket his office weekly.
Dr. Claudine Gay, President of Harvard University, testifies before the House Education and Workforce Committee at the Rayburn House Office Building on December 05, 2023 in Washington, DC.

Harvard University President Claudine Gay Resigns

Dr. Gay, celebrated as Harvard's first Black president, is stepping down after controversial comments made before Congress.

Claudine Gay To Remain Harvard President After Support From Harvard Corporation

Harvard’s first Black president has faced calls for ouster over her response to campus antisemitism.

Harvard Faculty Speak Out Against AP African American Studies Ban

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was a graduate of their law school in 2005.

Major Tech Companies Sign Off on Amicus Brief Supporting Affirmative Action Before Supreme Court

Google, Apple, Facebook, Support Affirmative Action As SCOTUS Cases Approach

Florida Teenager Accepted To Every Ivy League School

Ashley Adirika has a bright future ahead.

Harvard University Creates Fund To Redress Its Historical Ties To Slavery

The school is committing $100 million to an endowed ‘Legacy of Slavery Fund’ after uncovering its involvement in slavery and white supremacy.

Biden’s DOJ Urges Supreme Court To Reject Affirmative Action Appeal

The lawsuit from Asian American students claims that Harvard makes it easier for Black and Latino students to win admission.