When it comes to STEM, there’s an obvious lack of diversity regarding the work sector. But Google just made a huge commitment to bringing... Read More
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
One by one, smartly dressed young African-American men emerged from dark curtains, each wearing a big smile and holding aloft a small sign displaying... Read More
We are not “old Black” nor “new Black” we are ALL Black.
High school football players have always had their role models. Walter Payton, Barry Sanders, Doug Williams, John Elway, Emmitt Smith, Eli Manning, Brett Favre. The... Read More
A recent investigtion by the U.S. Justice Department focusing on law enforcement in Baltimore substantiates stories from the Black community regarding police misconduct there. While the DOJ report forces... Read More
Nebraska, known for its large agricultural industry, has surprisingly claimed the top spot as the state with the highest incidence of Black murder victims,... Read More
On November 17, 2012 in Chicago, Steve Harvey will kick off a powerful new initiative driving the need for mentoring around the country, with... Read More