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The singer-actress donates 100 percent of all the proceeds to NAACP Empowerment Programs.
Des Moines police are asking for the public's help in locating the men who allegedly beat DaQuan Jones on Saturday morning.
In a recent interview, Carson opened up about being axed from the series after calling out Warner Bros. for neglecting the show in favor of 'Friends.'
Often referred to as the "Dean" of the Civil Rights Movement, Lowery passed away peacefully in his home on Friday surrounded by family.
Sheryl Swoopes, Lisa Leslie, and Rebecca Lobo were the first players to sign during the WNBA's inaugural season, inspiring women everywhere.
The singer opened up about how her "life changed drastically" while creating her recent album, "When I Get Home," and working through fear.
"Hopefully I lay down a foundation or a blueprint that encourages people to be the best version of themselves," Michael B. Jordan shared with ESSENCE.
"We got too much hate. It's bigger than my bell bottoms," Cole shared.
"Rihanna epitomizes the type of character, grace, and devotion to justice that we seek to highlight in our President’s Award,” said President Derrick Johnson.
Black leaders in the Golden Gate City are calling on the Board of Supervisors to give reparations using marijuana and hotel taxes.
To expand its partnership with the NAACP, Airbnb embarked on a Jamestown to Jamestown pilgrimage to Accra, Ghana.
Speaking at The NAACP Convention in Detroit, Michigan, on Wednesday, Joe Biden says his civil rights record was good enough for President Barack Obama.
NAACP President Derrick Johnson slammed Donald Trump for leading "one of the most racist and xenophobic administrations since the Jim Crow era."
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The critically-acclaimed FX show received zero nomination from the NAACP Image Awards.
NAACP LDF Demands Changes To Binghamton, New York, School District After 'Unlawful' Strip Search Of 4 Black And Latina Middle School Girls
The NAACP Legal Defense Fund, which is representing the families of the four girls who were allegedly strip-searched, is calling on the district to make widespread changes, including an assessment of its racial climate.