North Carolina Has Six Black Female Police Chiefs

North Carolina Has Six Black Female Police Chiefs

by #TEAMEBONY

They spoke out on the experience of policing while Black in 2017. Read More

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

New MLK Statue Reminds Us There Are Monuments To Take Pride In

by Zahara Hill

Fortunately, the reveal of a statue of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. outside the Georgia Capitol in Atlanta has served as a comforting reminder that not all statues are bigot-related statues. Read More

Yvette Simpson

Yvette Simpson Could Become Cincinnati’s First Black Female Mayor

by Zahara Hill

In May, Yvette Simpson won the mayoral primaries against the city's incumbent Democrat Mayor John Cranley. Read More

Obama

Obama Day Is Really Real

by #TEAMEBONY

Obama's home state of Illinois declared August 4 -- the 44th president's birthday -- as Barack Obama Day. Read More

i-Cut Creators

Kenyan Teenagers Invent App to Help End Female Genital Mutilation

by Zahara Hill

Five Kenyan teenagers created the app i-Cut to end the practice of female genital mutilation. Read More

20-Year-Old Makes History As First Black Woman To Lead West Point’s Corp Of Cadets

20-Year-Old Makes History As First Black Woman To Lead West Point’s Corp Of Cadets

by Zahara Hill

In the fall of 2016, only 20 percent of West Point cadets were women. Read More

Maxine Waters

Maxine Waters Talks Resistance and More with EBONY

by Tomika Anderson

It is always a pleasure speaking with California Congresswoman Maxine Waters. Get into our latest interview as we tap into the favorite voice of resistance. Read More

Michelle Obama

Will Michelle Obama Run for Office? Let Her Be Clear…

by #teamEBONY

Lots of people have called for Former First Lady Michelle Obama to follow her husband’s footsteps into public office, but at her first post-White... Read More

Black Males

How Young Black Men are Running a Violent Gauntlet of Peril

by Shawn Dove and Anthony Smith

In Baltimore and around the country, we are losing too many young people—especially young Black boys and men—to violence. One of those young people... Read More