I’ve already prepared myself long before this article was written to deal with the potential backlash or slander from raising this question. How long can we as black people control the…

This was not the first sit-in at an all-white establishment but because they were four Black College students it garnered media attention. Fifty-seven years ago today, on February 1, 1960, four…

MLK Day is a national holiday that falls on the 3rd Monday of January every year to celebrate the life of Dr. King. The holiday is also known as “a…

The tweet above was posted weeks before two of the latest incidents regarding black culture took over Twitter. In a span of three days, black twitter has managed to take…

With 2016 coming to a close, I find it necessary to reflect on this progressive year in African-American entertainment. While this has been a trying year in regards to the…

This video is captivating from start to finish. We are all playing a role within this current reality. Some are choosing to ignore it while others can’t escape it. Alexa…

Michael Jordan finally speaks out about police violence against African-Americans and the targeting of police officers. Jordan announced that he will donate $1 million to both the NAACP Legal Defense…

  Our HBCU Presidents and leaders are taking a stand against gun violence. Yesterday, Wednesday July 20, 2016, 33 sitting presidents of historically black colleges and Universities, announced in a letter their plans…

  Symone Nicole Marshall, 22-year-old mother of a 3-year-old-daughter died in police custody on Tuesday, May 10. The Daily News spoke to her sister, Honey ~ “Symone said from jail…

The #BlackLivesMatter movement is far from over– catching a new wave of melodic yet empowered fire from “Electric Lady” Janelle Monae and Wondaland artist. On Monday, August 16, 2015, Monae…

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