We are tired of the half-assed apologies. Black women are challenging companies to do better or you will lose our business. Yes, Sephora.. We are talking to you!
In today's society, where individualism is rarely celebrated and we're encouraged to be clones of our favorite celebrities, it's exciting to come across a movement that encourages people to be...
VH1's "Love and Hip Hop: Miami has brought race and culture among latinos to the forefront. Amara La Negra, the gorgeous black Dominican singer and dancer, has been speaking out about...
When reports surfaced that Diamond Reynolds would receive an $800,000 settlement for the death of her boyfriend Philando Castile, it apparently infuriated councilman Tom McBroom.
Sometimes you end up in the right place at the right time for all the wrong reasons. That’s what happened to me last week, and I’m so glad it did....
The family of Timothy Coggins may finally receive justice, over three decades later.
When you look at how Black festivals have been discouraged, downsized and basically under sponsored in every area its hard to ignore the dichotomy. The festivals where the audience is...
The festival is a free family friendly event with food, fun, entertainment and even a tent to learn more about our cultural heritage.
Counter protesters in Charlottesville now have a sufficient amount of proof against white supremacists and their intent during the “Unite the Right” rally that left one woman dead.
Cody Mayes, Deonte Williams, and Tevin Wilson are all facing charges after being hit by a truck while walking along a Louisiana roadside because they weren't wearing any reflective gear.
Born in St. Louis, Missouri on October 12, 1932, the innovative Richard Claxton “Dick” Gregory was forced to grow up fast. Dealing with living in poverty while his mother worked...
One of the victims of the race riot on Saturday during a "Unite the Right" rally in Virginia speaks out to tell the story of how he was badly beaten.
"I Hope I Don't Get Killed For Being Black Today."
Why would anyone think this is a good idea?
It is important to learn from these brilliant personalities who have greatly impacted the world such as Barack Obama, Bill Gates, and MLK.
"My locs taught me patience, self-love, and versatility. I became more accepting of my unique composition, both inside and out."
If videotaped evidence of wrong doing by officers wasn’t good enough 25 years ago in the beating of Rodney King, or just this week as the Attorney General says that...
17-year-old Milan Bolden-Morris and her prom dress went viral The dress features the image of notable figures in the Black Lives Matters movement. It’s not always about marching, sometimes a...
Serena Williams and fiancee, Alexis Ohanian are expecting. Serena's five months pregnant, meaning she was pregnant before the engagement announcement.
An anti-racial profiling bill is on its way to being approved in Alabama.
Rachel Dolezal has taken on a new term, "transblack". We really need to stop giving passes to everybody. She has worn out her welcome. Bye Rachel.
All eyes are on Washington, DC as missing persons fliers for young Black and Brown girls seems to spike. Police say no spike, just a new awareness campaign.
The bust of U.S. Chief Justice, Roger Taney, who decided the Dred Scott case 160 years ago, affirming slavery, has been moved from its longtime home outside of Frederick City...
HUD Secretary, Ben Carson, compared slavery to immigration in a speech yesterday. Carson is the only Black member of Trump's cabinet.
Lego is releasing a set that includes five female NASA scientists, engineers and astronauts based on real women who were employed by NASA.
A racist couple, who terrorized an African-American boy's birthday party with racial epithets and by waving the confederate flag, was sentenced to some hard time.
This Black History Month, we celebrate Byron Allen. With over 30 years in the entertainment industry, the media mogul is worth an estimated $300 million.
You can now watch Ava Duvernay's 13th on Netflix without a subscription. The information in this film is too valuable to keep from people. Have you seen it?
I might be willing to "go back"...if only I knew where to return.
February 5th marks two important milestones in Black culture and history, the conviction of Byron De La Beckwith and the birth of Trayvon Martin.