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Civil Rights Attorney Benjamin Crump discusses how the Department of Justice wants to reinterpret the Civil Rights Act of 1866 to threaten the civil rights of Black entrepreneurs.
Free and equal access to the internet is still a major civil rights issue, except some groups like the National Urban League wanted to limit net neutrality during the Obama-era? A link to broadband providers like Comcast may explain the silence.
The NAACP says it is closely watching actions of the Trump administration on longstanding civil rights statutes that may have come under attack
Morgan Freeman is currently starring in the action-packed thriller, Angel Has Fallen and the prolific actor is taking on the role of POTUS for the flick that also stars Jada Pinkett Smith and Gerard Butler.  Check out the official synopsis: When...
The lawsuit between Byron Allen and Comcast Corp., has drawn the attention of at least one major African American organization as the case heads to the Supreme Court
The stars were out for the premiere of 47 Meters Down: Uncaged last week and theGrio caught up with several celebs we spotted on the red carpet.  The highly anticipated sequel to 2017’s 47 Meters Down stars Nia Long, Corinne...
OPINION: The case that has amounted to a standoff between defenders of the Civil Rights Act of 1866 and Comcast brings to the forefront how the Trump Administration truly regards the statute
The Supreme Court showdown between Black media mogul Byron Allen and Comcast is arguably the biggest civil rights case in the country right now. Allen, CEO of Entertainment Studios, is suing Comcast and Charter Communications for $20 billion dollars over...
The red carpet sparkled last night with all of the stars at the 47 Meters Down: Uncaged  premiere in Los Angeles.
Angela Rye and April Ryan dip-it-low with a good-old shoulder shake cutting up behind the scenes during their appearance on CNN's morning show.
A recent examination of the "Criminal Justice Toplines by Race and Ethnicity," looks at how millennials view the criminal justice system and law enforcement's response.
Cyntoia Brown was released from a Tennessee prison on Wednesday after her life sentence was commuted.
Nobel laureate and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Toni Morrison, who wrote extensively about race, gender, and the Black American experience died in New York City at the age of 88 years old. Morrison’s work includes classics such as “Beloved” and “Song of Solomon.” In 1993, she became first black woman to receive the Nobel literature prize.
Allen Media Broadcasting LLC officially takes control of CBS, NBC, and FOX Broadcast Television affiliates in the Indiana and Louisiana markets.
On Saturday, Curlfest transformed Randall's Island into a #BlackGirlMagic wonderland full of fluffy fros, luxurious locs, and colossal curls.
R. Kelly appeared before a federal court in Chicago where he entered a not-guilty plea on 18 counts of sexual misconduct and other charges, but was denied bail.
Arts and culture instituations theGrio visited during Essence Fest are now bracing for Tropical Storm Barry to make landfall this weekend.
Today, Sen. Kamala Harris and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez introduced their Fair Chance at Housing Act to the House and Senate.
The cannabis industry's glaring issues with inclusion, community support, and decriminalization are not just on the national level, but state and local as well.
Breaking news: Cardi is the latest rapper to be indicted by a grand jury on two felony charges for fighting in a New York strip club over a woman she thought was cheating with her husband.