Jim Brown, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, who went on to become an actor and a leading civil rights activist in the 1960s, has passed away. He was 87. Brown’s wife, Monique, took to Instagram to share the devastating news. “To the world, he was an activist, actor, and football star,” […]

Photo by: LWA/Getty Images In order to see true change, it takes a true team effort. April 11 to April 17, is Black Maternal Health Week, where the nation focuses on the injustices of Black mothers and their children face when it comes to their health compared to their counterparts. Created by the Black Mamas […]

We stand with Representatives Justin Jones and Justin Pearson.

We stand with Representatives Justin Jones and Justin Pearson.

NASA and the Canadian Space Agency announced the four astronauts who will travel to the moon on the Artemis II mission.

Photo by: Shanquella Robinson via Instagram We’re still demanding justice for #ShanquellaRobinson! Months after Shanquella Robinson’s murder was captured on video, and released to the public the demand for justice for the slain 25-year-old continues to grow. According to the Black Wall Street Times, an unfulfilled Mexican arrest warrant has been outstanding for four months […]

Photo by: Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP Brittney Griner has been freed from a Russian prison Thursday, according to the White House. Alongside Griner’s wife, Cherelle and Vice President Kamala Harris, President Joe Biden announced this morning that the WNBA star is now safe, on a plane and on her way home after 294 days in […]

Photo by: FatCamera/Getty Images Can HBCU students be the next target of voter suppression? Lauren Nicks, a senior at the legendary Spelman College in Atlanta, voted in her home state of New York during the midterm elections last month. Nicks, a 21-year-old international studies major at the historically Black college, had been informed months earlier […]

While currently on a nationwide book tour, our beloved former First Lady Michelle Obama is spilling the tea on her experience as a Black woman in the White House!

Photo by: Rob Carr/Getty Images The 2022 Midterm elections occurred Tuesday, November 8th and there are a lot of impacts that will affect the Black community. Here’s what happened this week.

Today is THE day to get out to the polls and let YOUR voice and vote be heard! Get out there and cast your vote!

On Tuesday, November 1 at 8:20 AM ET, President Joe Biden will be with Rickey Smiley and the gang to discuss the value of voting and his administration initiatives that affect the Black community.