Saturday, February 22, 2020

Tag: Black Families

Lets Hear it for the Black Mothers...

In 1965, the United States Department of Labor released “The Moynihan Report,” a paper that aimed to explain the causes of poverty in the...

Afro-Centric Trivia Game Brings #BlackJoy to Black...

Most people are familiar with "Cards Against Humanity," the popular card game most often played at parties with a drunken group of friends. Players...

Pew Research Survey Shows Income Often Determines...

A new report from the Pew Research Center indicates that there are some glaring inequalities between wealthy and low-income American families. Not surprisingly, the...

Fifty Years After Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s ‘The...

Fifty years ago, the late-Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s report, “The Negro Family,” helped pave the way for America’s mass incarceration boom, resulting in a...

Psychologist: Society Has a Vested Interest in...

By Manny Otiko If you look at the media, it’s easy to believe all Black man are hypersexualized thugs who impregnate women and then abandon...

Black Working Families Continue To Be Victimized...

The gap between working Black families and white families continues to widen, as whites’ income level rises more than Blacks at alarming rates and...

Wealth Gap Between Whites, Minorities Widened During...

Millions of Americans suffered a loss of wealth during the recession and the sluggish recovery that followed. But the last half-decade has been far...

‘Freeman’, a Novel by Leonard Pitts, Deals...

A new novel from writer Leonard Pitts Jr. jolts you back to the chaos of post-Civil War America. At a time when families of...