President Donald Trump’s ridiculous attack on NFL players who chose to protest the national anthem during football games has now made its way to... Read More
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the Silent Parade, a demonstration where close to 10,000 people silently marched in protest of racism in New... Read More
We are not “old Black” nor “new Black” we are ALL Black.
A historical marker in Money, Miss., commemorating Emmett Till has been vandalized once again. NBC reports that information about Till, the Chicago teenager who... Read More
For many Americans, April 15th is just Tax Day. But in Major League Baseball, April 15th is a day for remembering an American hero... Read More
On April 15, 1947, a Black man stepped onto Brooklyn’s Ebbets Field to reverse a wrong in pro sports that had lasted 63 years... Read More
Roger Wilkins, a historian, journalist, civil rights activist and Justice Department official who wrote Pulitzer Prize-winning editorials for The Washington Post on the Watergate scandal,... Read More
Attorney General Jeff sessions said Tuesday the Justice Department will limit suing police departments for violating the civil rights of minorities. NBC News reports that... Read More