Daily Archives: December 8, 2016

John Glenn, First American in Space, Dies

The heroic astronaut and later U.S. Senator was 95

Interracial Dating: The Most Important 1st Step

[OPINION] In love, sometimes self-hate is at play, and that should never be in the equation

Sneak Peek: ‘Madiba,’ BET’s Nelson Mandela Biopic

The film aims to tell the definitive story of the South African leader

Vibez: Chance The Rapper, Kanye West, and a Mixtape

From the brilliant minds of two producers, Chance The Dropout mixtape is available!

Ex-Corrections Officer Mistakenly Beaten by Cops

Ronald Lanier, a retired corrections officer says two policemen brutalized him

Lawsuit Follows Brutal Police Beating

Man says he lost one of his eyes as a result of vicious police-involved attack

Swastika Painted on NFL Star’s Home

Nikita Whitlock: "Oppression, violence, racism, hatred, there's no need for that"

Somali-American Pol Threatened by Racist Cabbie

Ilhan Omar, who won election to the Minnesota House says she was subject to Islamophobic taunts

#BruhNews: Young Thug Drags Black Airline Workers

"Lifestyle" rapper said two Black female airline workers "look like Africans" and have "nappy hair"