Tag: African-Americans

How Trump Being Elected Pushes Us to Fight

"Somewhere along the way, Black people started to feel entitled"

Buy Black: The Butter Bar

Skincare line creator Kimberly-Chloe Wilson gets candid about paving the way for Black women in beauty industry

Killer Mike: Weed Biz Should Benefit Blacks, Too

The rapper and activist says Blacks could benefit from the industry if certain examples are followed

EBONY Power 100 Spotlights Black Excellence

Black achievers, creators and thinkers were celebrated at the annual event

Donald Trump Touts ‘New Deal’ for Blacks

The GOP presidential candidate focused on three areas of concern for Black Americans

Obamas Ring Bell at Black History Museum Opening

The First Couple welcomed what will likely be millions of visitors to come

Young People of Color, Whites Politically Divided

Survey suggests Blacks are more likely to have encounters with police, be fans of pro-immigration policies

National Parks Make Push for Diversity

As the U.S. population of color increases, the National Parks Service wants to attract various ethnicities

North Carolina Voter ID Law Overturned

Judges found the law fixes problems that "did not exist"

Awesomely Luvvie on Respecting African Americans

Nigerian blogger speaks on tense relationship between two cultures with common ancestry.

Chicago surpasses NYC in police street stops

The city's number far exceeds that of New York City's police department.

WATCH: Wu-Tang Clan Reunites on ‘Daily Show’

The Clan's album "A Better Tomorrow" will be released in November

WATCH: Misty Copeland’s Under Armour Ad

The ballerina delivers a stunning soloist performance

What the Obamacare Appeals Mean For Blacks

A simple "wording glitch" affects our community in big ways

South Side Chicago Teen Works to Cure Colon Cancer

Inspirational story of turning passion into progress

Jesse Owens Biopic Coming Soon

"Race" is a drama that will depict the sports legend's life

International Museum Coming to Charleston

International museum to be built where slaves entered the United States

Little Racial Equality Growth for Black Men

Incarceration and unemployment rates remain high

Mom Suing Schools for Racial Discrimination

She argues school didn't stop her daughter's torment

Magician Kenrick “ICE” McDonald Makes History

Magician becomes first Black president of the world's oldest magic organization