The Trump Indictment: The Former President Played A Dangerous Game With Black People, And Now His Number’s Up (Analysis)
After years of trying to convince Black voters he’s worth the effort, a group of superstar Black legal professionals, including Fani Willis, may be the ones to ultimately take him down for good.
Hulu Brings ‘The 1619 Project’ To Life In A Six-Part Documentary, Analyzing A Difficult History
Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones’ exploration of the history and legacy of slavery in America outlines how we got here from that date 400 years ago.
‘Carl Weber’s The Black Hamptons’ Headed To BET Summer 2022
The star-studded cast includes Lamman Rucker, Vanessa Bell Calloway, and Elise Neal.
New York Woman Set To Auction Off Her Personal Collection Of 20,000 Artifacts Documenting Black History
Elizabeth Meaders, a 90-year old retired teacher, spent the last seven decades amassing her prized possessions.
Black Americans Killed By Police At Higher Rate Than Anyone Else, Washington Post Database Shows
The FBI undercounts fatal police shootings partly because police departments volunteer the information.
COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Decreasing Faster Among Black People Than White, Study Finds
The researchers recommend lowering access barriers to vaccines in the Black community rather than focusing on solving the hesitancy issue.
Report Says High Unemployment Rates For Black Men Cost The Economy $50 Billion
This contributes to poverty in the Black community.
Zaila Avant-garde Wins Scripps Spelling Bee 2021
She is the first African American to win the competition.
New Study Says Most Americans Believe Black People Will Be More Influential During Biden Presidency
Study also shows positive outlook for women, LGBTQ people.