Fake tough guys are running for cover in a moment of crisis.
Professor Maurice Johnson utilizes Hip Hop culture to discuss Black portrayals in media as well as provide research…
Let's have a conversation about competence and who gets passed over for good jobs.
Moor's Brewing Co. wants to make drinking craft beer cool for people of color
Beleaf in Fatherhood gives followers a close-up of life inside a California family.
Police have a habit of deflecting when their actions are under scrutiny
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White House Senior Advisor for Public Engagement Trey Baker spoke with The Root about his work with President Biden…
Exclusive: Joe Madison Speaks About His Hunger Strike, Voting Rights, and Why We Need To Keep Fighting
The radio host and civil rights activist tells us to keep the fight for voting rights going through opposition.
Chance Lynch, One of Andrew Brown Jr.'s Lawyers, Says There's Only One Real Weapon to Fight Police Killing: End Qualified Immunity
A civil rights attorney explains why police are not held accountable for killing.
The Light Above the Stove Tells God You're Done Cleaning for the Night—an African-American Urge, Explained
The song 'This Little Light of Mine' may (or may not have) been written about the light above the stove
I Had the Opportunity to Be in the Listening to Kenny G Doc But Turned It Down Because of COVID. I Have Real Tears
A doc about Kenny G premiered on HBO Max on December 2nd and I watched it with all the feels for what could have been
Much like discovering jazz through hip-hop, I discovered the world and legacy of Virgil Abloh though sneakers.
I Took Two of My Kids to Get Their COVID (and Flu) Shots by Myself: A Discourse on Parental Decision-Making
Two kids, two shots, one parent? Easily one of the worst decisions I've made at my big age.