relationship study reveals we have types

Think You Don’t Have a Type? New Study Proves You Do, But…

by S. Tia Brown, LMSW

According to a recent relationship study published online by the American Psychological Association’s Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, you’re very likely to keep... Read More

Report: Drivers Less Likely to Brake for Black Pedestrians

Report: Drivers Less Likely to Brake for Black Pedestrians

by #teamEBONY

Drivers are less likely to brake for Black pedestrians attempting to cross the street, a new analysis finds. The Chicago Tribune reports that researchers at... Read More

Study: Black Men Perceived As Physically More Dangerous

Study: Black Men Perceived As Physically More Dangerous

by #teamEBONY

Despite Black and White men being the same weight and height, people perceive African-Americans as physically more dangerous, a new study finds. According to... Read More

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Report: White Supremacists Look to College Campuses for Recruitment

by Shantell E. Jamison

White supremacists are taking to college and university campuses in an effort to recruit members for their hate groups, The Washington Post reports. An analysis by... Read More

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Black Teens Kick Butt in Tech, Need More Access to STEM

by Glenn Jeffers

Here’s the good news. A new study released this past October found that Black tweens and teens are both proficient and confident in basic... Read More

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Study Says it Will Take 228 Years for Blacks to Build Wealth of Whites

by #teamEBONY

If current economic trends continue, the average African-American household will need 228 years to accumulate as much wealth as their white counterparts hold today.... Read More

The History of Black History Month

The History of Black History Month

by Gregory Carr, Ph.D

“This is the meaning of Negro History Week.  It is not so much a Negro History Week as it is a History week.  We... Read More

Report: More Unhealthy Snack Ads for Black, Hispanic Children

Report: More Unhealthy Snack Ads for Black, Hispanic Children

by Shantell E. Jamison

According to a study conducted by the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, children saw substantially more television advertising for unhealthy snack foods... Read More