by Michael E. Ross onDecember 15, 2012
We spoke with Naseemah Mohamed, who in 2013 will follow in her sister's footsteps as an awardee.
by Kirsten West Savali onAugust 7, 2012
In a piece for NewsOne, Kirsten West Savali challenges those who claim that it's "living in the past" to recognize black achievement at the Olympics or elsewhere.
by Joel Dreyfuss onOctober 11, 2010
The Root unveils its latest list of young African-American pace setters and game changers. LeBron and Wyclef made the list this year; so did Ayanna and Kendrick. Find out who else.
- Most Popular
- Most Shared
A study measures which countries share the most information online, with surprising results.
Her Bowie State speech could hint at a change of heart in the White House.
The Chatterati Newsletter Sign Up
The Root DC
- Axel F, D.C.’s classic soul party, to return to the Howard Theatre
- Why I chose to attend a historically black college- as a white person
- Historically black colleges are seeing an increase in white students
- Doing away with food deserts in the District
- State of Equality and Justice in America: The Presumption of Guilt