Despite the measurable gains that have been made, there’s clearly still a racial divide in the recovery New Orleans residents have experienced in the 10 years since Katrina.
The CEO of the Napa Valley Train is admitting that his employees messed up big time and is now offering the women of the Sistahs on the Reading Edge Book Club an exclusive train car party.
The city of Ferguson, MO is drastically changing its approach to addressing minor crimes after being criticized for an incompetent justice department.
Images of Twitty in court went viral when it was noted that the gorgeous 25-year-old made history in her small Southern town.
General Tukur Buratai was in Maidguri, Borno, to inspect troops’ resources and capabilities in defeating the infamous terrorist group.
‘Lift Up,’ an event celebrating Black Breastfeeding Week, will be taking place on Saturday, August 29th.
St. Louis prosecutor will investigate date of Black teen before results of the police investigation come out.
A deadlock of 8-4 in the trial of the police officer who shot and killed unarmed Black man, Jonathan Ferrell, has resulted in a mistrial.
Bolden’s father, James Bolden, thanks the DeWitt family for their generosity and is urging anyone with information to come forward.
Bolden, described as “sweet” and “outspoken,” had started the fourth grade only the week before her death.
A spokeswoman for the ride-hailing company has rebutted a lawsuit by saying that no background check is “100 percent foolproof.”
Experts say that today’s housing discrimination is still present and is much more subtle, as Black renters are turned away from certain areas.
Eyewitnesses that served time alongside Harrell have been intimidated by prison guards with beatings, being choked and even being thrown into solitary confinement.