Al Sharpton, Bernie Sanders Dine in Harlem

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Al Sharpton, Bernie Sanders Dine in Harlem

The 2016 presidential hopeful was spotted in Harlem with the civil rights leader early Wednesday

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Al Sharpton, Bernie Sanders Dine in Harlem

Al Sharpton, Bernie Sanders Dine in Harlem

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Robert Townsend Stays in the Shuffle [INTERVIEW]

Robert Townsend Stays in the Shuffle [INTERVIEW]

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Ferguson Police Department

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On this day

... 1966

On this day in 1966, Andrew Brimmer becomes the first African-American governor of the Federal Reserve Board.

[IN MY LIFETIME] John Carlos and the Black Power Salute at the 1968 Olympics

Black History / Icons & Legends

[IN MY LIFETIME] John Carlos and the Black Power Salute at the 1968 Olympics

BY #teamEBONY

We had about 20-30 minutes max to plan. The original idea was to boycott the Olympic Games. We wanted to bring light to the fact that although we… [read more]

Family Wants Answers After Teen Fatally Shot by Cop

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Family Wants Answers After Teen Fatally Shot by Cop

BY #teamEBONY

A family in Austin, Tex., is questioning the circumstances behind the shooting death of an unarmed and naked teenager by a police officer. The… [read more]

EBONY Magazine February 2016

Life / Family/Parenting

I’d Loved Before, But Never Like This

by asha bandele

It’s not as though there is anything special my daughter, Nisa, is doing. As I write this, she is leaning back, listening to… [read more]

For Activist Rev. Sekou, ‘The Revolution Has Come’ [INTERVIEW]<br />

News & Views / Social Justice & Activism

For Activist Rev. Sekou, ‘The Revolution Has Come’ [INTERVIEW]

BY Brooke Obie

This week, St. Louis activist and theologian Reverend Osagyefo Sekou was acquitted of charges stemming from his involvement in a… [read more]

Entertainment & Culture / Celebrities & Notables

[Social Skills] Beyoncé Protest on Eventbrite? Man, Sit Down

BY Kyra Kyles

As a self-appointed digital diva, I'm 100% here for harnessing the power of technology for activism. Never before have we lived in a… [read more]

‘If I Were Ciara, I’d Sue Future Too’<br />

Entertainment & Culture / Music

‘If I Were Ciara, I’d Sue Future Too’

BY Michael Arceneaux

Have you ever told someone, “Keep my name out your mouth?” If so, you should understand why Ciara filed a $15 million… [read more]

[THE UPLOAD]<br />#ProjectDiane Report Reveals Low Black-Tech Stats<br />

Life / Tech

[THE UPLOAD]
#ProjectDiane Report Reveals Low Black-Tech Stats

BY Lynne d Johnson

Black women are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in… [read more]

Praying While Black: Rev. Osagyefo Sekou Acquitted

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Praying While Black: Rev. Osagyefo Sekou Acquitted

BY #teamEBONY

St. Louis-based Activist Rev. Osagyefo Sekou was found not guilty of all charges following his arrest in 2014. The theologian was detained… [read more]

‘Donuts’ and the J Dilla Legacy Live On<br />

Entertainment & Culture / Music

‘Donuts’ and the J Dilla Legacy Live On

BY Matthew Allen

Sick with TTP in a California hospital in the summer of 2005, James Dewitt Yancey, better known as J Dilla, refused to be totally… [read more]

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