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Marvel Studios The people have spoken, and Black Widow, Coming 2 America, and A Quiet Place Part II are among their favorite films from 2021.  When it comes to the small screen, Cobra Kai, Loki, and Law & Order: SVU ranked among the year’s best according to the fans. You can vote for your favorites here. The People’s Choice Awards will be held at the Barker Hangar in […]

Marilyn Nieves/iStock (GROVELAND, Fla.) — More than 70 years after four Black men were accused of raping a white woman in 1949, Florida State Attorney Bill Gladson has filed a motion to posthumously clear the “Groveland Four” of their criminal records. “Even a casual review of the record reveals that these four men were deprived […]

P_Wei/iStock (NEW YORK) — Last year, Thanksgiving and Black Friday looked a little different, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While holiday shopping has increasingly shifted to online in recent years, the pandemic led to an e-commerce boom. But this year, many retailers will also focus on in-person shoppers, as in seasons past. This holiday season, […]

kali9/iStock (STOCKTON, Calif.) — The family of a Black man who was shot seven times in Stockton, California, last week is pushing for justice in what is now being investigated as a potential hate crime. Bobby Gayle, 45, a cement mason and father of five was seriously injured in the unprovoked attack last Friday, according […]

Art Wager/iStock (OAKWOOD, Texas) — As voters across Texas submitted voter registration applications on Monday, Oct. 4, ahead of the Nov. 2 statewide election, 82-year-old Elmira Hicks was left out. The Oakwood, Texas, native hasn’t been able to renew her voting license for more than a year because she has been unable to present the […]

Tomwang112/iStock (NEW YORK) — As many children and teens return to a new school year after Labor Day, educators and advocates are sounding the alarm on the challenges faced by Black and Hispanic students. Those students were left behind during the pandemic, according to a Department of Education report released this summer, that showed the […]

Tomwang112/iStock (NEW YORK) — As many children and teens return to a new school year after Labor Day, educators and advocates are sounding the alarm on the challenges faced by Black and Hispanic students. Those students were left behind during the pandemic, according to a Department of Education report released this summer, that showed the […]

filadendron/iStock (NEW YORK) — August is Black Business Month, which celebrates the Black business owners who make up about 10% of all businesses in the U.S., 35% of those being owned by Black women. During a challenging time for any small business to stay afloat, Black entrepreneurs faced a set of unique set of challenges. […]

iStock/Inna Dodor (WASHINGTON) — The $1.1 trillion infrastructure bill passed by Congress last week will fund roads, bridges, rails and other components of the country’s infrastructure. The legislation is also addressing racial inequity. President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan aims to “reconnect neighborhoods cut off by historic investments” and “redress historic inequity.” Part of his plan […]

iStock/Inna Dodor (WASHINGTON) — The $1.1 trillion infrastructure bill passed by Congress last week will fund roads, bridges, rails and other components of the country’s infrastructure. The legislation is also addressing racial inequity. President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan aims to “reconnect neighborhoods cut off by historic investments” and “redress historic inequity.” Part of his plan […]