Let's push our local, state and federal leaders to share data with Black America about how the novel coronavirus is impacting our communities.
Brooklyn Teacher Diagnosed With COVID-19 Fights For Her Life; Family Pleads For Access To Experimental Treatment
Rana Zoe Mungin, 30, was sent home twice without being tested for COVID-19—before being rushed to the hospital again, barely able to breathe.
Black communities in the United States are more vulnerable to COVID-19 due to racial, wealth and health care discrimination. The Health Equity Cypher discusses what we should demand from our elected officials and ways to stay safe and connected during this pandemic.
COVID-19 has invaded and infected 114 countries, killing more than 4,000 people. There are more than 120,000 confirmed cases worldwide.
When will a Black woman be president of the United States? More importantly, what would it truly mean if a Black woman is elected to lead an inherently violent, racist system?
The final vote was along partisan lines—52-48 favoring acquittal on the abuse of power article, and 53-47 favoring acquittal on the obstruction of Congress article.
"What a miscarriage of justice we have all witnessed," says Judge Ramona Franklin.
Warren scored an A- on the 2020 Racial Justice Presidential Candidate Scorecard, the highest of any candidate in the race.
The Iowa caucuses officially begin at 8 p.m. ET.
It is expected that the Republican-controlled Senate will acquit Trump on the two articles of impeachment, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, filed against him in December.
Ra, co-director of the Detroit-based East Michigan Environmental Action Council, was sentenced to prison while seven months pregnant. Her story sparked a national discussion and she received wide-spread support.
In Oakland, a city with the principled struggle for Black liberation in its veins, the glaring structural violence is clear and sustained.
Each of the seven House impeachment managers is expected to present a different aspect of the case for up to 24 hours over a period of three days.
In the forthcoming docuseries 'Hillary,' the former Secretary of State claims that no one likes her former political rival.
While Klobuchar has largely escaped intense scrutiny due to her low polling numbers, now that the field is narrowing, she's going to need more than a snappy midwestern quip to explain this one.