Six key video clips on gentrification, East Liberty and Amazon from PublicSource interview with filmmaker Chris Ivey
From Wilkinsburg to Harrisburg, citizens and lawmakers alike discuss issue of arming school employees
“THEY DID SOMETHING TO A GOOD GUY” – Family demands answers in police killing of Mark Daniels (Courier video)
Courier’s Debbie Norrell, on KDKA Radio, tells “heartfelt, impactful” stories of how African Americans were treated in America
The Courier’s editor and publisher Rod Doss receives NNPA’s 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award! (video)
Courier Exclusive: Carmi co-owner talks with Bree White about possible time frame of new South Side location opening….(VIDEO)
Courier exclusive: Pizza Milano employee Mahmut Yilmaz faces felony aggravated assault and misdemeanor simple assault charges
State Rep. Ed Gainey speaks out on recent teen shooting deaths in Pittsburgh’s Black Community (VIDEO)
The 20 shots officers fired at Stephon Clark, who was hit in his back, were just the latest instance of police brutality against Black people by the Sacramento Police Department.
If you were among the millions of fans that loved the funny, action-packed 2016 film Deadpool, then you’re in luck because the new trailer just dropped for the highly-anticipated sequel. What makes this one special is that we get to see more of gorgeous Atlanta star Zazie Beetz in her role as the fierce fighter […]
2013 Woodland Hills High grad becomes Pitt’s first female ACC track and field champion It literally took a tackle from a teammate for Desiree Garland to realize what just happened, what she just accomplished. “She said, ‘You won, you won!’” Garland recalled her teammate, Whitney Martin, proclaiming, the two on the ground in celebration. “And […]
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) _ A FedEx employee in 1997, Marsell Colbert wasn’t surprised to learn he was Coeur d’Alene’s first African-American courier. Colbert was eight years removed from leaving a rough Maryland neighborhood for a basketball scholarship at North Idaho College, in one of the more racially homogeneous areas of the country. But Colbert, […]
A new study gives men a new health option.
This month, the “Take Charge of Your Health Today” page focuses on Alzheimer’s disease, as it relates to those living with Down syndrome. Jennifer Jones, MPH, community engagement senior coordinator, and Esther L. Bush, president and CEO, Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh, chatted about this topic. JJ: Good afternoon, Ms. Bush. It’s been awhile since […]
PublicSource in partnership with 90.5 WESA is producing a series on food access and policy in the Pittsburgh region. After school, 16-year-old Maleeke Reid works at a community gardening program in Homewood. He gets paid $5 per day for tending the vegetable gardens and attending classes, where he and his friends sometimes joke about being fed “vegan […]
David Clarke 's reign of stupidity continues.
The YWCA of Greater Atlanta will honor the power of women in the community at its 35th Annual Salute to Women of Achievement. This year’s theme, Lifting the World, illustrates the solid impact of YWCA of Greater Atlanta’s programs in lifting women, girls and families served toward a brighter future and exemplifies the impact of this year’s Woman of […]
JERUSALEM (AP) — The Anti-Defamation League is lashing out at one of Israel’s chief rabbis for comparing Black people to monkeys. The New York City-based organization devoted to battling anti-Semitism and racism called Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef’s comments “racially charged” and “utterly unacceptable.” Yosef, who represents Israel’s Sephardic Jews of Middle Eastern and North African descent, […]
Henrique Gomes Batista, a correspondent for the Brazilian newspaper O Globo, was in St. Louis last week, researching an article about the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination. Yet in his own country, thousands were taking to the streets to protest the suspected assassination of one of Brazil’s main Black human-rights leaders, […]
In the hills of Haiti, about 40 minutes from the capital of Port-au-Prince, under the lavender bougainvillea and the fiery…
Oh, those guidance counselors, always looking out for the student’s best interest. Elaine Effort, the 38-year veteran of KQV-AM 1410…