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Plantation Manager Refuses to Apologize After Cancelling Juneteenth Event Calling Slaveowners ‘White Refugees’

The new site manager at Historic Latta Plantation in Charlotte, North Carolina is refusing to apologize for a now-deleted online post promoting the plantation's...

Florida Bans Critical Race Theory in Schools

The Florida Board of Education on Thursday unanimously approved an amendment banning the study of critical race theory, making Florida the latest state to...

This Day in History: June 12th

Civil Rights Activist Medgar Evers was murdered in his drive-way. While taking T-shirts (which read "Jim Crow Must Go" on the front) out of...

Rep. Cori Bush to Dems: ‘Stop With the Anti-Blackness and Islamophobia’

Rep. Cori Bush defended fellow Squad member Rep. Ilhan, Omar, following backlash over her comments about Israel and the U.S. "Stop attacking @IlhanMN. Stop attacking...

Did You Know Congressman Charles Rangel Was Born on This Day?

This Day In History: June 11th With the charismatic Adam Clayton Powell Jr. as his predecessor, Charles Rangel had big shoes to fill stepping into...

White Woman Caught Vandalizing Monument of the Sole Black Member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

A video of a white woman vandalizing a statue of the only Black member of the famous Lewis and Clark expedition has gone viral. In...

Former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed Joins Mayoral Race

Kasim Reed has officially entered the race to become Atlanta mayor. According to the Associated Press, Reed's campaign team filed documents with the Georgia ethics...

Dak Prescott Leaves Adidas for the Jordan Brand

Dak Prescott finally returned to the practice field after a gruesome ankle injury last season. Just in time to sign his second big deal...

This Day in History: June 10th

The First African-American To Win An Oscar Was Born Oscar award-winning actress, Hattie McDaniel was born on June 10, 1893, in Wichita, Kansas. McDaniel was...

The Second Path for Most Black Immigrants to Permanent Residency is Asylum and Refugee Resettlement

Filing for asylum and refugee resettlement is the second most common path to permanent residency in the United States. A little over a quarter...

Get Out There, No Excuses. #WellnessWednesdays

Now that the summer is upon us, the heat is no excuse not to get your cardio in! My uncle told me more than...

Julio Jones ‘Unknowingly’ Struck a Winning Blow for All Players

Two weeks ago, Julio Jones unknowingly struck a winning blow for himself and player empowerment. And for those in power, Jones represents the one...

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