Who told Iggy Azalea to stop working with black people from Atlanta and pretending to be the love child of Charli Baltimore and Diamond from Crime Mob?
Angie Thomas’ debut novel, The Hate U Give, is a must-read for our young people. It tells the story of 16-year-old Starr, who lives in a poor neighborhood but goes to a prep school in a wealthy suburb. She witnesses her best friend, Khalil, murdered by police. It cleverly tells the common, opposing narratives that…
We’re living in a DIY culture, and there’s no one more DIY than bloggers. Blogging is a means of communication, self-expression, culture, news and so much more. And the people who create blogs are typically ridiculously talented and effortlessly wear the responsibility of being a voice for their culture.
Sometimes, saying, “This nigga ... ” is the only appropriate response to a situation.
A Wendy’s employee was given the boot after a black Florida Highway Patrol trooper spotted an old receipt near the worker’s station that had the n-word on it.
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Last week, Jake the Snake dragged (no, literally dragged) Olivia Pope into the woods to show her that Jennifer Fields was still alive. This week, Olivia interrupts a sexy boxing sesh between Huck and his adorable new lady friend, Meg, and summons Huck to some truck stop where Jake left her.
White House Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney has been working tirelessly to push this bullshit Republican health care bill through the House.
On March 12, 2017, I wrote about the number of black and Latino teens who have gone missing in the Washington, D.C., area since February. At the time, 10 teens, including one young man, were missing. The Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Department reported that a few had been found, but there were still missing cases open.
The origins of the surname of a great-great-grandmother who was born into slavery are shrouded in mystery and require creative sleuthing.
A Pennsylvania woman was arrested after allegedly assaulting her daughter and kicking the girl out of the house because the child could not recite Bible verses correctly.
Because the world is losing its collective grip on reality, and conservatives want to govern everything, including women’s bodies, Oklahoma state Rep. George Faught, a Republican, authored a bill that would stop abortions including cases involving genetic abnormalities.
On the heels of Jay Z and the Weinstein Company telling the story of Kalief Browder, the two are now teaming up to bring Trayvon Martin’s story to life via a TV docuseries and film.
Netflix this week released its trailer for Death Note, a film based on the Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, and people aren’t too pleased with the casting choice of its main character.
Prosecutors in New York are saying that the targeted killing of a black man in the city’s Midtown section was most likely an act of terrorism after, they charge, self-proclaimed white supremacist James Harris Jackson, 28, stabbed 66-year-old Timothy Caughman to death.
Jason Van Dyke, the Chicago police officer who is facing first-degree murder charges in the 2014 fatal shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, will face an additional 16 counts of aggravated battery with a firearm, a special prosecutor announced Thursday.
Google has partnered with Howard University to launch a satellite campus at their Mountainview, Calif., headquarters.
Rachel Dolezal’s memoir was released last week, and in it, she not only discusses how she knew about blackness at an early age because of her grandmother’s National Geographic magazines, but that she was also treated like an indentured servant by her parents and was too black for her black husband.