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This Day in History: October 9th

Uganda gained its independence on October 9, 1962. Prior to independence, it was an established British protectorate since 1894 that was put together by...

Jay-Z on Producing ‘The Harder They Fall’: ‘I Just Wanted to See Us Represented’

Black western, "The Harder They Fall," has not yet been released, but there are already whisperings of the Hollywood flick nabbing several Oscar Award...

Supreme Court Denies Derek Chauvin’s Request for a Public Defender

The Minnesota Supreme Court has denied former police officer Derek Chauvin's request for a public defender. Chauvin has submitted a filing requesting for a public...

Morgan Freeman: ‘I’m Not in the Least Bit for Defunding the Police’

Morgan Freeman is currently promoting his new movie, "The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain," about an elderly veteran who was shot and killed by police...

This Day in History: October 8th

The First African Woman To Receive The Nobel Peace Prize Renowned Kenyan scholar and activist, Wangari Maathai made history on October 8, 2004, when...

#ICYMI: Iyanla Vanzant on R. Kelly and Healing From Sexual Trauma

Iyanla Vanzant appeared as a guest on "The Karen Hunter Show," where they discussed the recent R. Kelly verdict and how victims of sexual...

DNC Chair Jaime Harrison on Haitian Deportation: ‘Biden Administration Will Make Sure There Is Some Accountability’

The shocking images of Border Patrol officers whipping Haitian images remain embellished in the forefront of our consciousness. It wasn't easy to shake. And now...

Federal Judge Suspends Restrictive Texas Law Banning Most Abortions

A federal judge has temporarily suspended the enforcement of the state's restrictive abortion law. U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman of Austin "From the moment (the...

Reflections of US Anti-Blackness and Anti-Immigrant Brutality: Past and Present

After another week of enraging and disappointing immigration news, the UndocuBlack Network is heartsick but undeterred in our ongoing fight for justice for Black...

Trailblazing Sportswriter Claire Smith Will Lead Claire Smith Sports Media Center at Temple University

If you don’t know the name Claire Smith, you need to for she’s a pioneer in sports journalism. Now, after a long and decorated career...

Afro Connect: The Visa Lottery

Black immigrants around the Global should take advantage of the opportunity presented by the Visa Lottery Program.   The 2023 Diversity Immigrant Visa program is a...

This Day in History: October 7th

“The Negroes are a colorful race. They call for an art as colorful as it can be made,” Sargent Claude Johnson in a 1935...

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