Bring That Week Back: Angela Bassett Oscar Snub, Michael Irvin Continues Fight Against Marriott And Mississippi Man Found Dead After Saying He Was Being Chased By White Men
Plus, Kobe Bryant’s daughters honor him at the handprint ceremony.
Could Florida’s College Anti-Diversity Bill Harm Black Sororities And Fraternities?
HBCU students and lawmakers are raising a red flag.
Five Cases of Innocent Black Men Exonerated After Spending Decades Behind Bars
The exoneration of Sidney Holmes after serving 34 years of a 400-year sentence is one of many cases of justice being served decades late.
Vice President Kamala Harris and BET Honors Young Black Trailblazers During Black History Month
The invitation-only celebration was held at the private residence of Harris and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff.
St. Louis Mayor Appoints Nine Residents To City’s First Reparations Commission
The first meeting will take place next month.
FBI Annual Report on Hate Crimes Finds Black People Are Most Victimized
The agency’s annual report was updated to include more reporting from across the country.
Alabama’s No. 1 Seeded Men's Basketball Team Enters NCAA Tournament But Ex-Player’s Murder Charge Hangs Over The Success
Forward Darius Miles was charged with aiding and abetting in connection with the fatal shooting.
5 Times Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Used Political Power To Cancel Black People
Florida’s Republican governor appears committed to turning back the clock back on Black progress.
Michael Irvin Drops $100M Defamation Lawsuit In Texas, But He’s Not Done Fighting
He reportedly plans to refile the case in Arizona where a female hotel employee accused him of wrongdoing.
Arizona Schools Chief Starts Hotline To Report Educators Teaching Critical Race Theory
The state’s Republican top educator has vowed to wage a war against CRT.