COVID-19’s death march through Black communities has laid bare how harmful white supremacy is for our health.
The COVID-19 pandemic has strained already burdened state systems with few meeting federal standards for timeliness in paying out unemployment claims.
One writer shares how COVID-19 led to her family rediscovering their reason for the season.
People in the U.S. will soon receive $600 direct payments from the first relief package passed by Congress in nine months.
The singer opened up about almost losing his life to COVID-19 last month, saying he's a "living, walking testimony."
Healthcare and nursing home workers among the first in the United States to get the newly approved COVID-19 vaccine Monday. The image of two Black women in New York captured the nation’s […]
Sutton appeared in more than one hundred film and television productions without leaving her hometown of New Orleans.
Pride released dozens of albums and sold more than 25 million records, all while making it to the top of the country charts 29 times in his career.
As the FDA signals possible emergency use approval for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination, Black health professionals work to build trust and confidence in the process.
Black Women’s Equal Pay Day fell on August, 13, 2020. This means that Black women had to work an additional seven and a half months this year—in addition to the […]
"My intention was not to hurt anyone," she wrote on Twitter.
Black doctors and nurses are teaming up to make sure communities have the information they need to make an informed decision.
Local elected officials are filling in the gaps in pandemic assistance, as congressional Republicans continue to block another round of relief.
More than 1 million COVID-19 cases were reported in the United States over the last 7 days.
A statement from Jeremih's family thanked his fans for their prayers as he recovers.