Wendy Wilson

The U.S. Postal Service has ramped up efforts to find one of their own and has offered a $25,000 reward for help in locating 27-year-old Kierra Coles
It’s time for the leaders of America’s top tech companies to take the necessary measures to fix their diversity disaster once and for all.
Lisa Gelobter's teQuitablenuses technology to make companies more equitable addressing issues of bias, discrimination, and harassment.

Going into the season premiere of The Conners with an open mind, I have to say, I was left with…not much.
Here are four notable Black owned and operated wineries to get you started on the road to becoming a true wine connoisseur.
Stacey Dash had a quickie marriage to a man who was cut from the same controversial cloth and incites wacky reactions on social media, just like his new wife.

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was among the eight distinguished people honored by Harvard with the esteemed W.E.B. Du Bois Medal.
Seems like Georgia rapper Quavo is suggesting that he and Nicki Minaj, his former collaborator, were romantically linked, at least at one point during their working relationship.
Rae Carruth, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, has spent the last 17 years in prison for conspiring to kill his ex-girlfriend.

In a taped interview with ABC News released today, Trump said she has "much more important things" to focus on than her husband’s marital indiscretions.
Sources are revealing that superstars Jay-Z and Beyoncé are no longer friends with the Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West.
Washington State’s Supreme Court banned capital punishment, ruling it unconstitutional because it was unfairly meted out and was often the result of racial bias.
The same Black man who was shot by Chicago police in 2014 was shot Wednesday morning by Milwaukee police.
There is no better case study for this example of the new Jim Crow than the hotly contested governor’s race in Georgia between Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp and his Democratic competitor Stacey Abrams, who could potentially be the first Black woman governor in the country.
Zahara Billoo, a civil rights attorney who provides direct legal services for victims of law enforcement targeting and Islamophobia is representing the Muslim fight to demand police brutality reform.
Brett Kavanaugh who was recently christened as our latest Supreme Court Justice, has hired four law clerks to work with him and they all happened to be women and one is a sister.
Jose Torres and his son became the smoking gun that secured a conviction against Chicago cop Jason Van Dyke who was found guilty for the 2014 shooting death of Black teen Laquan McDonald.
Gabrielle Union has secured the rights to Juleah Del Rosario’s debut novel, "500 Words Or Less," a young adult fiction about a Chinese-American high school senior's college application process.
Nick Cannon is ready to throw his hat – or turban – into the late-night ring and is reportedly ready to take a seat as the host for a new show on FOX.
Nicki Minaj recently shared clips from her upcoming documentary, "Queen" on Instagram, showing her having a frank and surprising conversation about two abusive relationships from her past.