Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan are building on the #BlackBoyMagic they brought to the screen in Fruitvale Station and Creed (and undoubtedly will in the upcoming Black Panther) by teaming up for a new film project, about an education scandal, called Wrong Answer.
On December 21, 2016, Jacqueline Craig, a black woman living in Fort Worth, Texas, called 911 to report that a white, male neighbor was choking her seven-year-old son, allegedly in retaliation for the child littering on his lawn.
Harvard University is the latest university to try to make amends with its slavery-tainted past.
Tamron Hall, the first black woman to co-host “Today,” is leaving NBC and MSNBC despite a multimillion-dollar offer to stay and a pledge for an expanded role on other shows, official and unofficial sources said Wednesday.
There is a deeply embedded danger in the collective black American consciousness to defend the cultural and political blackness of President Barack Obama.
To deal with my anger over the seemingly unending number of black men and women killed at the hands of those tasked with the duty to serve and protect, I often play N.W.A’s "F—k tha Police" to cope—except I don’t play it loud. I’m afraid the boys in blue (not the Crips; I’m cool with them—the other gang that wears…