Black legislators have already hit the ground running, partnering on new bills and reintroducing some from the previous legislative session.
PaviElle French is set to debut “A Requiem for Zula” — a seven-movement homage to her late mother — this weekend at the Ordway Theatre as part of SPCO’s Tapestry19 Festival.
‘There isn’t ‘Black’ money — it’s green and that’s what everybody is in this for.’
The activist-author shares his side of the story in this exclusive interview.
Flora Ekpe-Idang is using dolls to empower girls of color to celebrate their beauty and become entrepreneurs.
The National NAACP is working with both chapters to create an Economic Inclusion Plan addressing equity gaps, including criminal and economic injustice and education.
Here’s how to watch a live broadcast of the sold-out affair.
Most of us are either in — or one paycheck away from — a financial crisis. Considering the current government shutdown, it’s now or never when it comes to taking control of our financial future.
Self-care in communities of color has often been seen as selfish. This is especially true for Black women who are expected to be superheroes that push past, instead of addressing, trauma.
Ilhan Omar, Keith Ellison and Angela Conley among new leadership looking to give a voice to all communities.