Police Brutality

via eurweb: *It is known as “The Talk,” a conversation nearly all African-American parents have with their children; more specifically their sons. Sanya Whittaker Gragg has written a book to help facilitate that very important conversation. “Momma, Did You Hear the News?“ is centered around 10-year old Avery who is disturbed by yet another unarmed black man being […]

Seventeen-year-old Milan Morris is using fashion to make a serious statement about police brutality. With prom season in full-effect, one Florida teen is slaying in a stunning gown that honors those who have fallen victim to police and state violence. Designed by Terrance Torrence, 17-year-old Milan Morris’ floor length mermaid gown boasts black and white pictures of those […]

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Black Women for Positive Change is working towards a violence-free America.

Twelve Springfield police officers are under investigation for beating four unarmed African-American men in April of 2015.

Twelve Springfield police officers are under investigation for beating four unarmed African-American men in April of 2015.

With everything happening in America today—from racism to discrimination to police brutality—being Black isn’t easy. But, what’s even more challenging is being a parent of a young Black son and living in fear that one day he may become a hashtag. This is a struggle many know well, including Gabrielle Union. The Being Mary Jane actress and […]

Roland Martin offered a little advice for millennial voters who are unenthusiastic about this year's presidential election.

Roland Martin addresses the fundamental issue he has with the GOP and a number of discriminatory policies they support.

If you have already participated in protests, or are seriously considering it in the future, there are numerous laws you should become acquainted with to protect your rights, your safety, and the safety of others.

Over the past week, the nation witnessed first-hand what many African-Americans have already experienced as a result of systemic racism and police brutality. Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were killed by law enforcement officers while in the midst of what most Americans would consider routine non-threatening activities. Castile was shot multiple times during a traffic […]