Reading books may be going out of style in America, but there are seemingly more published Black authors today than ever before.
Disgraced singer R. Kelly faces racketeering and sex trafficking charges that span over three decades. He's been in jail since his 2019 indictment and could spend the rest of his life behind bars if found guilty at his sex trafficking trial.
In an August interview with Shape, Sloane reflected on the power of having a large platform.
There have been a number of African American-led labor unions that have paved the way for people of color to have access to better working conditions and livable wages. Let's take a look back at history.
Douglas Jensen, a QAnon cult member who rioted in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, has been sent back to jail because of his "addiction" to right-wing websites, a violation of the terms of his probation.
Everyone knows George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Brianna Taylor, but have you heard the little-known tragic story of Dontrell Stephens?
Former Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney Jackie Johnson was indicted for her incestuous relationship with one of Ahmaud Arbery's accused killers who she refused to criminally charge for his killing.
Chris Alexander has been nominated for New York's Executive Director of the Office of Cannabis Management, and former Assembly member Tremaine Wright is nominated for the state's Chair of the Cannabis Control Commission.
The Supreme Court's vote to keep in place Texas' restrictive abortion law that effectively undermines the historic Roe v. Wade decision is also a gut punch to the Black women who have long been demanding reproductive justice.