Congressman Bobby Rush has dedicated his entire life to preserving the civil rights of Black people. Just check his pedigree.
As the historic Supreme Court case between Byron Allen and Comcast & Charter swiftly approaches, many are trying to understand what exactly is at stake for Black people.
The Congressional Black Caucus has weighed in on the $20B lawsuit between Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios and the media companies, Comcast and Charter.
Civil rights leaders are focusing on the possible outcome of a Supreme Court case that could change the language of a 153-year-old civil rights statue
Color of Change , founded in 2005, has issued a petition asking the public to push Comcast NBC Universal to withdraw their Supreme Court challenge to the Civil Rights Act of 1866.
Dr. Erwin Chemerinsky unpacks the Civil Rights Act of 1886 and explains it's impact on the future of Black entrepreneurship in the case between Comcast and Byron Allen.
Yes, we know that snitching is bad, but writer Nicole Duncan-Smith tries to evaluate how the rise and demise of Tekashi 6ix9ine may change hip-hop forever.
In an exclusive interview with theGrio, Killer Mike weighs in on the impending Supreme Court case between Comcast and Entertainment Studios that could determine the success of future deals for Black entrepreneurs.
In this brief history of the Civil Rights Act, see how language has been changed, native Americans were not included and how the Supreme Court has expanded the definition.
Check out five things that the average person should know about The Civil Rights Act of 1866 that protects so many Americans.
It is said that politics makes strange bedfellows. An addendum to the old adage could be "that American racial politics particularly in regards to business makes for even stranger bedfellows." Such is the sentiment surrounding the recent alliance between President Donald Trump and the media giant Comcast.
Nipsey Hussle "Victory Lap" album re-enter the Billboard 200 chart, for a new high of the number two album, it originally debuted at the number four slot.
Fans of go-go music in Washington D.C. have received support from John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile, after new residents near a community Metro PCS store filed noise complaints to have the store to stop playing the music that is popular in the area.
Kim Kardashian-West is the cover star for the May issue of Vogue and details that she has ambitions to take the bar exam and become a lawyer in 2022.
Detroit emcee Big Sean returned home with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund and Ally Financial, Inc., to host an entrepreneurship competition called "Moguls in the Making" among students of Historically Black College and Universities.
Despite more African-American women and men in powerful political offices, there are other factors at play and many are looking to move out of Chicago.
Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry are tag-teaming to bring a documentary series focused on mental health to Apple TV.
Trap and Country star Lil Nas gets stung by R&B superstar Beyoncé fans for trolling their queen, and later apologizes on Twitter.
A Pew Research survey that reveals 76% of Black citizens have had an experience, opposed to the 67% of white Americans who stated they have not.
After a few days T.I. reprimanded Kodak Black disrespectfully flirting with Lauren London, Black says that the "Grand Hustle" boss wants London for himself.