Category Archives: News

A Young, Black Woman’s Letter to Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris

On 11/7/2020, history was made: Kamala Harris became the first woman of Black and South Asian descent to be elected VP of the United States.

How to escape from Coronavirus.

We are equipped with the tools to overcome the coronavirus. Here are some scriptures to encourage you through this scary and difficult time.

From “Black Panther” to “Get on Up”: 5 of Chadwick Boseman’s Biggest Roles

Chadwick Boseman has been a part of some of the most influential films in history. Relive his impact by remembering 5 of his biggest roles.

Black Panther star told us he was dying 4 times

On August 28, the world was rocked with the news that “real-life” hero Chadwick Boseman had died after a battle with colon cancer.

Jacob Blake was shot 7 in the back times by police and is now parallelized.

Some people thinks that Jacob Blake situation could of handled differently. On Sunday, August 23, 2020, Police were called to a domestic violence dispute between Jacob and his girlfriend. She said he was not supposed to be at her home or anywhere close to her. Upon arrival, the police attempted to arrest 29-year-old Jacob Blake. […]
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The negro league & Discrimination in Sports

In August 2020, Major League Baseball announced that they were celebrating the 100 anniversary of the Negro Leagues.

What The Handling of Breonna Taylor’s Case Says About The Value Of Black Women In America

Breonna Taylor’s death and the handling of her case have drawn attention to the lack of value placed on Black female lives in America.

5 Black Men Whose Last Words Were “I Can’t Breathe” Before They Were Murdered By Police

“I can’t breathe.” These were the last words of several Black men before they were killed by police. Here’s a list of 5 Black men who uttered these words.

Why It’s Not Enough To Just Be “Not Racist” Anymore

It is not enough just to be “not racist” anymore. We need to collectively be anti-racist and pro-black if we want to achieve racial inequality in and throughout society.

How You Can Support The Black Community Right Now

We have a list of things that you can do to support the Black community during these times of conflict, pain, and hurting.

Ahmaud Arbery’s Case Has People Across the Globe Crying “Enough”

A video of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery’s shooting death surfaced on social media, and it is sparking international outrage across social media.

The Reality of Job Hunting During A Pandemic for New Black College Grads Pt. 1

In part 1 of this two-part article, we look at the reality of job hunting for Black, college graduates during the coronavirus pandemic.

How Prisons Are Responding to the Coronavirus

Federal justice systems are currently releasing inmates from their federal prisons in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Read this article to learn more.

On This Day (No. 1) – The Shooting of Stephen Clark

On March 18, 2018, in Sacramento, California, police officers shot and killed Stephon Clark. Clark, who was a 22-year-old African-American man, was unarmed.

The Case of George Stinney Jr.

The case of George Stinney Jr. is a tragic reminder of injustice in America.

Teen girl seriously hospitalized after another teen girl stabbed her.

We are living in a very violent world, humanity have no Heart, and feel no ways taking an other human life. A 15-year-old female student of Linden Foundation Secondary School in Guyana is a patient of the Linden Hospital tonight. She is nursing a stab wound to her lower back. The teenage girl and another […]
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