Biden-Harris Reelection Campaign Launches Ads Targeting Black Community
Frustrated Black voters in battleground states are drifting toward Trump or won’t vote in 2024, a poll suggests.
Rep. Ayanna Pressley Introduces Bill to Allow Convicted Felons To Vote in Federal Elections
Co-sponsored with Vermont Sen. Peter Welch the legislation would “guarantee the right to vote in federal elections for all citizens regardless of their criminal record.”
Folding Chairs, Brutal Cops, Affirmative Action: The 2023 News Stories That Hit Different for Black America
The news through these last 12 months kept us glued to our television and cellphone screens, and we couldn’t stop talking about these stories.
‘No Straight Lines’ Montgomery Mayor Steven L. Reed Talks About His Memoir and Leadership in a Changing South
In BET.com’s latest ‘Conversation With the Mayor’ Reed shares his vision for the future of Montgomery, ‘the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement.’
In New Revision, Slavery, BLM, Other Topics Covered in AP African American Studies Curriculum
An earlier pilot course faced opposition from Florida Gov. DeSantis, who said it had a ‘woke’ agenda.
Survey: Black Americans Expect To Encounter Racism At Doctor's Office
Participants in the study said their requests were routinely dismissed and were often denied pain medicine.
Report: Sheila Jackson Lee Outspent By John Whitmire In Houston Mayoral Runoff
The congresswoman faces a fundraising and polling gap with the runoff election just days away.
Haitian-American Pleads Guilty In Plot To Assassinate Haiti President Jovenel Moise
Joseph Vincent was present in meetings in South Florida where plans were made to assassinate Jovenel Moïse in 2021.
VP Harris Breaks Nearly 200-Year Record For Most Tie-Breaking Senate Votes
The divided chamber has kept Harris busy as Democrats fight to advance their legislative agenda.
St. Augustine University President Christine McPhail Says Board of Trustees Fired Her
McPhail recently field a complaint against the board accusing them of gender discrimination.