Last month, six former Black contestants of Donald Trump’s reality show The Apprentice denounced the presidential hopeful for running a campaign of “sexism, xenophobia, racism, violence and hate.” Season 4 winner Randal Pinkett said that based on his experience working on the show, he does not believe Trump “is worthy of becoming president of the United States.” […]
Three 7th grade students in Honolulu took on race, privilege, and self-actualization in a podcast posted on Twitter by their teacher.
The crowd erupted for the 100-year-old after she finished the 100m race in one minute, 17.33 seconds.
The video, which features Black BuzzFeed employees presenting questions that seem to perpetuate sweeping generalizations and inaccurate stereotypes, starts off satirical, but ends up looking like a bunch of people confused about the role racism plays in most of the questions, putting the onus on Black people — not systemic oppression — to answer.
On Tuesday, a panel assembled after she died issued a report indicating that the jail’s staff needs more training in regards to identifying mental health issues. It also specified that the facility should provide anger management counseling for inmates and employees should wear body cameras.
Clemson University police have launched an investigation after a banner honoring African-Americans was defaced, officials announced Monday. Clemson University President Jim Clements sent an email to the campus community to announce the incident, according to Greenville Online.
A New Jersey police chief who allegedly wrote an email defending racial profiling of “suspicious Black people in White neighborhoods,” has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation into the correspondence.
African-American kids from rich families are more likely to go to prison than White kids from underprivileged households.
The city of Ferguson, Mo. has approved a deal with the federal government to revamp the court and law enforcement system after the area was exposed by the Department of Justice for using people of color as profit in its policing methods. The 6-to-0 vote was finalized at the Ferguson City Council meeting Tuesday evening, The New York […]
President Barack Obama has never been shy about his adoration for First Lady Michelle Obama and expressed more of that loving sentiment in an interview with TIME magazine. Joining the President was American Ballet Theater’s first Black principal dancer, Misty Copeland for a frank discussion on race, gender, body image and much more. TIME’s Maya Rhodan […]