The National NAACP is working with both chapters to create an Economic Inclusion Plan addressing equity gaps, including criminal and economic injustice and education.
The CNN anchor took a victory lap for Black achievement at the 29th annual event.
This is not how American democracy is supposed to work.
KMOJ’s eight annual Soul Bowl is set to honor Walter “Q-Bear” Banks, Jr. as more than a popular radio personality, but also paying homage to the community-minded media veteran as a veritable institution.
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.
Judge Juanita Freeman is breaking barriers while bringing a different lens to justice.
Having already established the Taylor Hayden Memorial Foundation to End Gun Violence in her honor, Hayden was present Dec. 22 at the launch of the Tarvanisha B. Boyd “Be Better” Foundation at Sabathani Community Center
Black communities across the country watched in disbelief as a Black New Jersey high school wrestler was forced to either cut his dreadlocks or forfeit a regional match.
2018 proved to be the year of history-makers for African Americans across the country, and Minnesota, in particular.
Minnesota’s outgoing chief inclusion officer James C. Burroughs will be ringing in the New Year at Children’s Minnesota.