Shelton Johnson fought fires, lectures on Yosemite’s wildlife, performed in a one-man show about the buffalo soldiers and insists that African Americans reconnecting with the wilderness are participating in the last act of the civil rights movement.
The alleged circumstances of Antonio Zambrano-Montes’ death bear an uncanny resemblance to the shooting death of Michael Brown. It’s probably why Zambrano-Montes’ family sought Crump for representation.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Malcolm X’s assassination, here are ways that four individuals are paying homage to one of the 20th century’s most influential black nationalist leaders—including one woman who got a tat of perhaps his most famous phrase.
Organizers of the “edit-a-thon” on Feb. 19 say that Howard is the perfect place to take on the task of correcting and otherwise strengthening a lot of the Wiki content pertaining to African-American history.
The president is catching heat for making a great point about the double standard in place for Islam and Christianity. People don’t discuss how both religions have been used to justify gross atrocities committed against humanity.
The dated custom is on the decline but still found in some African communities. And it is presenting a challenge to U.S. doctors who are seeing more and more immigrant patients who have undergone female genital mutilation.
Zacarias Moussaoui is backing long-standing whispers by some former U.S. officials, as well as claims at the center of an American lawsuit that charges some Saudi officials had more to do with the 9/11 attacks than they have let on.
Marly Pierre-Louis, an African-American expatriate living in Amsterdam, looks at the #BlackLivesMatter movement under way in the U.S. and wants her young son to identify with that cultural pride. But at what price?