The American Civil Liberties Union of the District of Columbia has filed a lawsuit against the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department, claiming that officers wrongfully arrested innocent protesters during President Donald Trump’s inauguration back in January.
Black Entertainment Television and TV One, the major African American-oriented networks, provided a much-needed service on Election Day by providing a sympathetic outlet for their stunned viewers to process Donald Trump’s presidential victory. But on Inauguration Day, both took a pass.
Yvette Cormier’s brows furrowed when she was asked what she thought about being on the National Mall to see President Donald Trump’s swearing-in ceremony. She was here for both of President Barack Obama’s inaugurations and thinks that today wasn’t the same at all.
That’s it, it’s official: President Trump has taken office. I, too, was hoping for an alien abduction, but we were not so lucky. With his hand on a Bible, Donald J. Trump took the formal oath to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States” as the nation’s 45th president.
Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday was marked by spirited protests by those who still feel that Trump is #NotMyPresident.
On Jan. 20, 2017, on a patch of grass in the Washington, D.C., park where we placed a monument to George Washington, near a memorial to “the Great Emancipator,” almost exactly where Martin Luther King Jr. explained his dream to a hopeful country over 50 years ago, 318 million people stumbled across the bloated,…
Protesters took to the streets Thursday night, on the eve of President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, to rally near locations of several inaugural balls and events, WUSA9 reports.
Tomorrow, Jan. 20, 2017, our lives will change forever. President Barack Obama will become former President Obama, and Donald Trump will become ...
President Trump. I can’t.
I am in mourning.
I guess a paycheck is really a paycheck when you’re a struggling R&B singer. Just ask Chrisette Michele.