By Liz Courquet-Lesaulnier Originally appeared in Word in Black If you had never heard of NFL player Travis Kelce before news broke in late September that he’s allegedly dating Taylor […]
By Joseph Williams Originally appeared on Word in Black Jenn Roberts had done everything right. But it all felt wrong. “I was one of the first in my family to […]
by Joseph Williams Originally appeared in Word in Black If you’ve ever suffered from the insidious effects of racism — depression, headaches, insomnia, anxiety — Dr. Monnica T. Williams would like to take you […]
DALLAS , TX – The African American Museum, Dallas, will host a special in-person screening of the documentary, Silver Dollar Road, on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at 6 p.m. The African American Museum is located […]
“Racelighting,” a form of racism that causes Black people to question their own experiences and reality, can have physical and emotional effects similar to those experienced by soldiers in combat, but naming the behavior can help with healing, according to Dr. J. Luke Wood, a sociologist and president of California State University, Sacramento. The most effective antidote is for Black people to immerse themselves in welcoming Black spaces that validate and support them.
Ashanti Branch was failing, and he wasn’t sure why.
By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia An extensive investigation by the West Coast news organization SFGate has shed light on a troubling trend in the National Football League (NFL). […]
NNPA NEWSWIRE — Leaders within the Democratic Party in the last Congress demonstrated their political will for a reparations commission. 217 confirmed yes votes in the House and half of the Senate Committee chairs, along with the Senate Leader, and many of their colleagues, signed on to the Senate bill.
By Stacy M. Brown Originally appeared in NNPA Federal housing officials should sanction two appraisal firms in Baltimore over their discriminatory treatment of Black homeowners who participated in a recent […]
On October 3, 2022, in Geneva, Collette Flanagan, Founder of Mothers Against Police Brutality, testified before the United Nations Human Rights Council on “racial justice and equality in law enforcement.” […]