These African leaders, influenced by Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement, fought for their countries’ liberation against colonialism.
The expanding brand of feminine health products are available in major retailers around the country.
More than 20 new state laws went into effect on Jan. 1, 2022.
Another qualm substitute teachers have expressed involves communication about COVID-19 cases in District schools.
Authorities have not yet determined whether there are any connections between the threats.
Address safety issues to allow for independence as long as possible
The entrepreneur and author shares insight about building wealth for the long haul—even in the midst of uncertain times.
The bi-monthly surveys, billed as the largest recurring polls of Black adults, sample 1,000 people across the country.
Here are some simple ways to spend time with grandkids during the holidays.
This year’s play focuses on regentrification and political corruption and the power of unified self-determination to overcome them.
Derived from his grandparents, he values education, hard work, and leaving a legacy for the next generation.
David C. Banks doesn’t shy away from a challenge.
In November, 274,000 women entered the workforce, but 91,000 Black women left it.
Black people have constantly trailed in getting the life-saving vaccines.
Two years before the Montgomery Bus Boycott, a Baptist minister led a bus boycott in Baton Rouge.
She will represent the United States at the 70th Miss Universe pageant in Israel on December 12
Black women opting for remote work as a better alternative to the corporate office environment aren’t sharing in the job market recovery.
No date has been established for sentencing, but all three face the possibility of life in prison.
The change is due to spikes in COVID-19
In the podcast, founder Laolu Davies Yemitan offers hope and encouragement for the culture
The mandated lockdown in March last year effectively shut down the little access to fresh food some people had to begin with.
Newspapers omitted the gruesome details of her lynching and failed to mention her unborn baby was killed.
“We want to celebrate the success of all the student athletes and coaches in Black college sports and give them their own shine.”
Knowing your health history, listening to your body and being selective in plans will help keep your loved ones safe this holiday season.
Since 2020, some two-thirds of the largest corporations nationwide made various supportive statements about needing racial justice and more inclusive practices.
A Census survey shows less than half of Black respondents reported they did not have to alter their education plans.
The congregation now has 400 active parishioners and emphasizes volunteerism and acts of service to the wider community in their liturgy.
Pandemic causes sharp increases in educational costs
The organization is an intermediary, referring those living with mental health issues to clinicians able to help them.
The student protests at Howard University have entered its third week, drawing national attention.
Newspapers sometimes said it was too bad a lynching had occurred because it brought shame to the community. “But it would say it was justified because of the bad behavior of Blacks.”
According to Counseling Today, comic books offer more than an escape for children. The characters in the books are personified — they are who the kids strive to be. It further states that superhero characters are just like their readers: complex, emotional and facing many of the same challenges and obstacles.
Kamlager looks forward to turning the policy recommendations that the task force creates into legislation.
The students have garnered media attention and lots of community and celebrity support.
Testing per week wasn’t in the city’s original plans. The United Federation of Teachers, and others, fought against this.