Is the black american fight ours?

American race relations have once again been the focus of the world’s attention after violent riots in the aftermath of yet another killing of...

Black Slave Talk About Slavery: Real Voices

Thomas Jefferson is remembered as a progressive man who wrote the Declaration of Independence and called slavery an abomination, yet he was also a...

The little-known story behind Marcus Garvey’s fierce fight with WEB DuBois

Marcus Garvey is famed for being Jamaica’s first national hero who advocated for Black nationalism in Jamaica and particularly in the United States. Born on...

Naomi Osaka Wins Her Second U.S. Open, Delivers Powerful Message Regarding...

Rising tennis star Naomi Osaka made an emphatic return to the U.S. Open tennis championships over the past two weeks, officially securing her second career win....

Abyssinia and the Ethiopian Empire: The Ancient History of a Struggling...

The Horn of Africa is a region with a unique identity and vibrant history. Close to the Arabian Peninsula, it always stood out from...

‘I was being obedient’: Religious soccer player Jaelene Hinkle says she...

Jaelene Hinkle chose not to play for the U.S. women's national team last year because her religious beliefs prevented her from wearing a jersey...

Compton school looking at new ways to help African-American students

High school teachers in Compton are finding new ways to fight back against absenteeism, dropouts and classroom struggles, particularly among students of color. COMPTON, Calif....

Virginia city removes 176-year-old slave auction block

A 176-year-old slave auction block has been removed from a Virginia city’s downtown. The 800-pound (363-kilogram) stone was pulled from the ground at a Fredericksburg...

We Asked 30,000 Black Americans What They Need to Survive. Here’s...

The coronavirus has laid bare the disparities that have been ravaging Black communities for decades. Sure, we’re all in this together, but we’re not...

Early Data Shows African Americans Have Contracted and Died of Coronavirus...

No, the coronavirus is not an “equalizer.” Black people are being infected and dying at higher rates. Here’s what Milwaukee is doing about it...