University of Maryland councelors organized sessions for white students to discuss racism in a "safe space."
A complete injustice.
For states, the 2020 Census is about as high-stakes as it gets, determining not only the number of congressional seats…
African-American leaders sent condolences to the family of Sen. John McCain, who leaves a mixed legacy with the Black community.…
Most people know Dr. Ian Smith for his great fitness and diet advice that come along with his best-selling books. But the medical doctor is also a novelist—and his second mystery/thriller releases on September 18. “The Ancient Nine” is inspired by Smith’s real-life experiences as a part of the secret societies known as […]
Olivia Shorter was diagnosed with sickle cell disease when she was just seven days old and is continuing her fight as she looks forward to her eighth birthday on Sept. 20. Just as she did to celebrate her 7th birthday, Olivia will host another sickle cell party blood drive for kids like herself and […]
Back-to-school time often gets us back into a routine. And it’s a great time to think about our health. We talked to a few experts to find out some things African Americans specifically should look out for while taking care of our health. Fibroids and Black Women While some of the major health issues like heart and kidney disease, […]
Nike Chicago is making a difference in the Chicago community. Not only is the store active by introducing many events, but they are also now taking their creativity to the church. On August 6, Nike debuted “Just Do It HQ at The Church,” a pop-up summer basketball experience and training space. In partnership with the […]