In an exclusive statement to theGrio, the current Miss Black America Ryann Richardson announces her endorsement of Pete Buttigieg for President of the United States and explains why Black voters should give him a shot.
If you're ready to make some real money moves in 2020, follow these six financial goals starting this January to take you all the way to the bank.
A 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck Puerto Rico before dawn on Tuesday, killing one man, injuring at least eight other people and collapsing buildings.
From new movies to new albums to the possibility of a new President, here are 20 reasons why all Black people should be looking forward to the upcoming new year.
Here's a look at the last decade's most memorable moments that were sure to make headlines impacting Black America for better or worse.
The perfect CBD products from Black-owned businesses for friends and loved ones this holiday.
As the holidays come upon us, trans activist and writer, Imara Jones reflects on the place in the world that gave her the peace and freedom to be herself.
A judge will determine the bond for Curtis Flowers, who has been tried six times for the murders of four people in a 1996 shooting.
As the two Black Democratic candidates for the presidency seem to be stuck on pause and one is now completely out of the race, what exactly is the Democratic Party doing to help move things along for our people?
Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams visited Senegal to support the importance of advancing a sense of community through cultural ties and economic opportunities.
The removal of President Donald Trump from office through impeachment means the installment of his Vice President, which could have far-ranging consequences for Black and brown people
Valerie Jarrett, the former senior advisor to President Obama, announces that she is joining the board of the Innocence Project, where she can continue to fight for the release of those who have been wrongly convicted.
Rising emo-rap artist, Jarad Anthony Higgins, known as Juice WRLD, died Sunday morning,
Solange Knowles will be the first-recipient of the Lena Horne Prize for Artists Creating Social Impact, honoring excellence at the intersection of arts and activism.
Gabrielle Union is a modern-day disrupter who challenged her bosses in the wake of ample wrongdoings and took a moment to receive the support needed in order to survive the aftermath.
Tina Tchen, the new president and CEO of the advocacy group, TIME'S UP NOW provides insight into how she will lead the movement against harassment in the workplace and her unwavering support for Gabrielle Union.
Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris has announced that she is ending her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The Father of Modern Calypso Irving Burgie has died at 95.
Democratic presidential candidate and former housing secretary Julian Castro wants everyone to know that he is still in the 2020 race for the presidency.
After serving 17 years in prison, Robert Wood speaks candidly about the powerful impact of the First Step Act and the next phase of criminal justice reforms.