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New York Bill Aims To Make Calling Cops On Innocent Black People A Hate Crime
New York Senator Jesse Hamilton wants to make it a hate crime to call the cops on someone just because they’re black.
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Presenting Breastfeeding As A Choice Is Contributing To Black Infant Deaths
Kimberly Seals Allers
, Guest Writer
Talking about a mother's choices, without a broader conversation of how those choices are shaped by her circumstances, is simplistic ― and dangerous.
Black Man Booted From His Own Pool
Shayne Holland was just hanging out in the pool of his apartment complex when an off-duty cop tried to force him out.
Photo Series Highlights The Intimate Bond Between Black Fathers And Their Sons
Mark Clennon's project seeks to highlight the beauty of black fatherhood while debunking toxic myths.
Cops Keep Getting Called On Black People for Being Black
Viral cell phone videos reveal a sobering reality: white people often call the cops on black people for no reason.
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3 Black Teen Finalists In NASA Competition Targeted By Racist Hackers
The trolls tried to hack the competition's voting system to favor teenage boys.
The Media Doesn't Humanize Black Victims The Way It Does White Killers
Some headlines seem more sympathetic to white perpetrators of mass violence than black victims of police shootings.
This Vlogger Embraces Her Afro-Latina Identity
Beauty vlogger and social media star MonicaStyle Muse discusses her struggles growing up as an Afro-Latina, and how she came to embrace her identity.
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Exploiting Black Labor After The Abolition Of Slavery
The Conversation US
, Editorial Partner
It doesn’t have to be this way. We can choose otherwise.
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There's Now A Study Backing Up Link Between Police Shootings, Racial Segregation
"This problem is not simply about the actions of individuals, but about the actions of all of society," says one author of the Boston University study.
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After An NFL Season Defined By Black Protest, The Super Bowl Sticks To Sports
Agitation is taking a knee, and the league couldn't be happier.
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The Grammys' Relationship With Hip-Hop Is America's Relationship With Blackness
, Guest Writer
DAMN. reminds us that hip-hop is America’s music.
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Black Women Love Hip Hop, But It Doesn't Love Us Back
, Guest Writer
As we prepare for the GRAMMYs, we need to ask: when is the industry going to acknowledge its legacy of sexual assault, shame and silence?
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Why This Black Girl Will Not Be Returning To The Women’s March
S. T. Holloway
, Guest Writer
Y’all have fun though.
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Despite Diversity Initiatives, Black CEOs Are Nearly Extinct Among Fortune 500 companies
Marketing Executive and Founder of Black Boys Camp
A greater emphasis must be placed on developing a pipeline for blacks to ascend to high-ranking corporate positions.
PBS Frontline and The Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute
How Medical Racism Created A Black Anti-Abortion Movement
A new documentary investigates the argument that Planned Parenthood is pushing black genocide.
Jeanna Lindo @jeanalindophoto | D. L. Samuels @shotbydlsamuels
An Intersection Of Race, Masculinity, And Mental Health
Shanice J. Douglas
Story Teller. | Writer. | Mental & Emotional Wellness Advocate...
On a cloudy fall day, not unlike this one, my friend Roman* sat across from me in the living room of his small apartment
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Doug Jones Is Counting On Black Voters. They Don't Sound Too Inspired.
"When you ask a black person about a choice between two white guys, it’s always, well, which one of them are the least of a shyster?"
Being Black Is...
Various people describe what it has meant for them to be black, and how everyone's experience with it is unique.
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Denzel Washington Is Dead Wrong About The “Bad” Black Father
Earl Ofari Hutchinson
Earl Ofari Hutchinson is an author and political analyst
The superstar actor's expressed politics of respectability are tired and untrue.
Tamir Rice, The Loss Of Black Innocence And The Still Urgent Need For Policing Reform
Janai S. Nelson
Associate Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educ...
As most Americans celebrated with their families over the Thanksgiving holiday, they likely missed the three-year anniversary
Check Your White Privilege?
Executive Director, The Labor Institute
The danger is that “white privilege” still comes across as an accusation, whether it is meant that way or not.
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