The UN report was spawned by George Floyd’s murder last summer and was intended to examine antiblack racism globally.
Actor Michael B. Jordan Faced Backlash Over Launch of Rum Brand "J'Ouvert," Now Promises a Name Change
Jay Blessed, who circulated a petition about "J'Ouvert" rum, and legal experts break down the Michael B. Jordan controversy for ESSENCE.
“It’s important for Black women to leverage our vote, our leadership and our voices,” said Melanie L. Campbell, President & CEO, National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP).
Rep. Jamaal Bowman Calls Out Joe Manchin: He's "the New Mitch McConnell" for Opposing Voting Rights Bill
"Manchin is not pushing us closer to bipartisanship. He is doing the work of the Republican Party by being an obstructionist," Bowman added.
New York’s Black Wall Street gallery vandalized on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre
The $7.25/hour federal minimum wage is not enough to afford a two-bedroom apartment anywhere in the country nor a one-bedroom apartment in 95% of U.S. counties.
One Month After Volcano Eruptions Began in St. Vincent and Thousands Displaced, a Long Road to Recovery
On this Caribbean island, about 20,000 people have been displaced, including 4,000 living in shelters.
'Beyond The Return': Black Women Entrepreneurs In U.S. & Africa Fueling Movement For Future Partnerships
The desire to further expand African connections is driven by unique cultural experiences, educational exchanges and improved economic mobility
The shared histories between the Caribbean and the United States inform this moment of shared struggle and solidarity against white supremacy and violent police forces.