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Through Advisories or Boycotts, Can Companies Be...

For only the second time in its history, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has opted to issue a travel advisory...

How Franchising Could Be a Viable Option...

For an entire generation of African-Americans, the notion of wealth management is a foreign concept. Despite the fact that most African-Americans are hard-working contributors...

White Job Applicants Received More First-Round Interview...

The U.S. hiring market hasn't changed much for Black applicants in the last 25 years, according to a new analysis. A study examining résumé responses and...

Making America Hate Again: Anti-Muslim Crimes Rise...

A new report by the Council on American-Islamic Relations revealed that anti-Muslim hate crimes spiked a staggering 91 percent within the first six months...

Airbnb Host Who Refused Guest Based on...

UCLA law student Dyne Suh and her friends excitedly headed towards Big Bear, Calif., in February, where they had reserved an Airbnb rental for...

As Hate Crime Attacks Increase In the...

The news has been filled with stories involving hate crimes. In Aspen, Colo., for example, a homeless man was charged with pulling a knife...

Lead and the Black Community: How The...

Water is essential for life. Without it, the average person would die after four days. In the aftermath of the Flint, Mich., water crisis, which...

Gabourey Sidibe Shares Why She Won’t Stop...

Gabourey Sidibe's Oscar-nominated status can't shield her from racism while shopping, but that doesn't mean the actress won't ever visit such stores again. Sidibe recalled a...

Trump to Sign Religious Liberty Executive Order...

President Donald Trump is slated to sign an executive order on religious freedom come Thursday, May 4 — a policy critics say is essentially...

Leaked Draft of Trump’s Religious Freedom Order...

A leaked outline of President Donald Trump's Religious Freedom order has several legal and policy experts concerned that the directive could potentially legalize discrimination...

12 Nursery Rhymes You Didn’t Know Were...

Children use nursery rhymes when playing games or learning to read and count. However, the lyrics to many of these seemingly innocent songs have...

10 Times White People Were Called Out...

The Case of Rachel Dolezal We all remember Rachel Dolezal. The former NAACP chapter president posed as a Black woman for her own personal satisfaction...

Survey Finds Insurance Companies Charge Black Drivers...

A new survey by a consumer advocacy group says some Black drivers are being charged up to 70 percent more than white drivers for...

Lawsuit Charges South Carolina Brothers with Beating...

A lawsuit filed in U.S. District court accuses two South Carolina men of keeping a Black man in slavery, according to The Post-Courier. The...

20 Emotional Experiences You Can Relate to...

You never felt as welcomed as the other students.   Sometimes you found it hard not to feel inferior. Your white teachers only briefly covered Black history.   During...

‘Diversity’ Efforts are Band-Aids That Make Us...

What is diversity, and what does it really mean?  It is time to retire the word and think in terms of something else—such as...

Black-Owned Media is On The Decline in...

7 Baffling Facts About the Decline of Black-Owned Media You Should Know About There has been a decline in the number of Black journalists. According an...

10 Incidents That Prove the U.S. Flag...

Chattel Slavery Slavery existed under the Confederate flag for four years. However, slavery existed under the current United States flag for 89 years. The Middle Passage The...

Racism at Crosswalks? Study Finds Drivers Less...

Black men often have trouble hailing a cab in New York City, but a new study shows they also have trouble getting cars to...