Kenya continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic with cases steadily rising each day. Government have locked down a handful of counties including the capital Nairobi
Source: Twitter Relax, everybody. The viral video showing a white police officer violently arresting a Black woman is no big deal because it’s from 2018.
Thousands of people around the world have rallied in solidarity with anti-racism protests in the United States following the police killing of George Floyd on
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell released a video clip condemning racing and admitting that the NFL was wrong to not listen to the players who were
The Department of Labor announced Friday 2.5 million jobs were added in May, however, unemployment among African Americans has hit its highest rate in a
A Southern California city mayor has resigned after apologizing for an email that he wrote that stated he didn’t “believe there’s ever been a good
The murder of George Floyd has put racial injustice at the forefront of a global conversation. In the wake of his death, his family has
Since protests have erupted all over the world in response to police violence against Black people, cries to #DefundPolice have significantly grown. The demand has
Basketball legend Michael Jordan committed to donating $100 million over 10 years to organizations advancing racial justice amid protests nationwide over systemic racism.
President Donald Trump attempted to silence then angrily demeaned Yamiche Alcindor, a Black female reporter, on Friday when she pressed him on rising unemployment figures
At the beginning of April, George Floyd contracted the coronavirus. It’s unclear how severe his case was and if he struggled to recuperate, but he
In what she describes as a racially charged attack, the granddaughter of Joe Jackson, patriarch of The Jackson family, says she was stabbed multiple times
Gambian police “temporarily” banned a demonstration planned on Monday in front of the U.S. Embassy in Banjul to protest police violence in the United States,
Luxury brand designer Aurora James calls for major corporations to commit 15% of funds to black-owned businesses.