I know, I know... I stood you up for Valentine’s Day. But will you forgive me if I strip down?
NBA, FIBA, and Our Forever President Barack Obama Are Joining Forces to Launch Basketball Africa League
Considering the NBA’s global popularity and penchant for staying ahead of the curve, Saturday’s announcement that the league is officially expanding outside of North America comes as no surprise.
In my 38 years of traversing God’s green Earth as a black ass black man, common sense has informed me that the interests of the police and the interests of individuals who look like me don’t always coincide.
According to The Baltimore Sun, a Baltimore County judge has overturned a jury’s decision to award more than $37 million to the family of Korryn Gaines, who was shot and killed in 2016 by county police after an hours-long standoff.
You would think that after all the hell rapper 21 Savage went through to finally win his freedom after facing deportation from ICE, that he’d be able to lay low and plot out his next moves.
Publisher Synopsis: The Wretched of the Earth is a brilliant analysis of the psychology of the colonized and their path to liberation. Bearing singular insight into the rage and frustration of colonized peoples, and the role of violence in effecting historical change, the book incisively attacks the twin perils of…
While 2020 can’t come soon enough for anyone with an IQ over 80, pundits and voters have focused on the loaded field of Democratic primary candidates, assuming that party unity would ensure Trump’s first round bye through to the Republican National Convention.
Each year when Valentine’s Day comes around, those of us who are un-partnered are reminded of our singleness as we watch couples expressing love for each other at work, at school, in public and all across social media.
A few days ago, I asked a friend if he wanted to go halfsies on the purchase of 20 tiny succulents; ten for each of…
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Professor Files Civil Rights Complaint Against Black Girls CODE, Claiming it Discriminates Against White Men
Today’s episode of WhiteCenter tells the story of the future hall-of-fame Mayo-American advancing one of White America’s oldest and most celebrated pastimes — white people-ing.
Donald Trump may not have gotten his wall on the U.S./Mexico border, but a new bill approved by Congress yesterday may still give him and his administration plenty of means to harass, detain, and deport tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants and migrants.
Before we get into this week’s emails, tweets, DMs, and comments, many of my mailbag readers know that I am very carol-centric. I believe that no holiday is complete if it doesn’t have a song that people sing to celebrate it.
We all remember the collective shock, awe, and horror we experienced when watching the Fyre Festival exposés, Fyre (Hulu) and Fyre Fraud (Netflix). So, one with common sense would think nothing of the sort could ever happen again, right? At least, not at this time?
Drake Reportedly Bought Himself a $400,000 Custom Phone Case for Valentine's Day (and All I Want Is a Condo)
Lord, let me find somebody who loves me like Drake loves Drake.
Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and current Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid have reached a confidential settlement effectively ending their collusion lawsuit with the NFL that argued owners worked to keep both men off the field for protesting the killings of unarmed black men, women and children by police.
When Keeping It 'Colonial' Goes Wrong: Vogue Brazil Editor Resigns After Using Black People as Props at Birthday Party
Just prior to the release of its Spring Fashion Issue, Vogue Brazil suddenly finds itself without a style editor, as Donata Meirelles found out the hard way that using black people as props in a nod to the glorious history of colonization isn’t so chic in 2019.
The legal fights over a new California law related to the release of police disciplinary records continues, and this time the state’s own attorney general is a target.
On Thursday, Jussie Smollett appeared on Good Morning America, noting that while he was “pissed off” at the attackers he claims targeted him with homophobic and racist slurs, he was equally upset at “the attacks” that followed, i.e. the swarm of doubters who didn’t quite think his story added up.