More Than 50 HBCU Leaders Urge The Senate To Pass $2 Trillion Build Back Better Act
Biden’s plan would make ‘historic investments’ in HBCUs and other institutions serving students of color.
Dem Lawmakers Cry Foul After Senate GOP Rejects Voting Rights Bill
In a close vote, Republicans thwart the legislation that would have protected vulnerable Americans from voter suppression.
HBCU Funding Slashed From $45 Billion To Just $2 Billion In Latest Version Of Biden Spending Plan
Democratic infighting is blamed for drop in cash.
Rep. Cori Bush Shares Details Of Racist Death Threats She's Received
Bush says the racism she’s faced has only increased.
New Bipartisan HBCU Bill Would Bring Funding To Rebuild, Repair, and Modernize Campuses
The IGNITE bill would address several funding problems.
Survivors of 1921 Tulsa Massacre Testify in Congress, Reliving Their Horrific Ordeal
The last three living victims still call for justice.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is The Latest Public Servant Confronted By Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
Greene yelled at AOC in the halls outside the House chamber.
Ohio’s Only Majority Minority Congressional District At Risk Of Being Eliminated
Part of the state’s political map could change.
NAACP, Planned Parenthood And Many Other Black Women Pen Open Letter Supporting Washington D.C. Statehood
The bill to make the capital a state is not yet passed.
Sen. Tim Scott Criticizes Biden’s Speech, Says ‘America Is Not A Racist Country’
The S.C. lawmaker accused the president of being divisive.