The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services is taking steps to help communities after announcing $15 million in funding
Actress Joy Bryant and actor Henry Simmons are gearing up to take on lead roles in the second season of
A popular Black TikTok creator is calling out the platform for censoring Black related phrases in a user’s Creator Marketplace
A new lawsuit is claiming that there may be more body camera footage from the night Breonna Taylor was shot
New York law enforcement officers who lost their jobs after accusations of wrongdoing have been able to secure other jobs,
A family in St. Louis has filed a federal lawsuit in response to a police raid that claimed the life
As the debate around critical race theory continues, a group of parents in Tennessee are expressing their disapproval over various
A family is speaking out after the tragic loss of their child at an amusement park in Iowa. David and
Rapper Juvenile has teamed up with artists Mannie Fresh and Mia X to help combat COVID-19 by releasing a new
Olympian Gabby Thomas is speaking out and calling for support for Black athletes gearing up to compete in Tokyo this
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) is considering reversing their decision to deny certification for swimming caps designed for natural Black
A Black woman is making history in Chicago in her new role as the head of the city’s fire department.
A group of protesters were arrested in Atlanta on its City Hall property Monday while standing up to fight homelessness.
Michael Regan is wasting no time in the fight for environmental justice in his new role as administrator of the
Community members in a Washington D.C. ward are calling for the establishment of a dog park to serve Black residents.
New research shows that some Black Lives Matter (BLM) protesters were not marching for Black lives. The Washington Post released
Renowned actor Idris Elba and model Sabrina Dhowre Elba are opening up more about their journey in marriage. In their recent podcast,
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a select committee to investigate the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection on Thursday. This comes in response
Randy Moore will make history as he steps into the role as the 20th Chief of the U.S. Department of
Vanderbilt University and Mississippi State University athletic leaders are condemning an incident involving the use of racial slurs directed at parents