Miss Tennessee Crowns First Black Woman
Brianna Mason is making history in her home state.
The 23-year-old was just crowned Miss Tennessee, making her the first African American to earn the title. According to Knox News, she’s spent the
The Death Toll Continues To Rise As Pro-Democracy Protestors Fight For Civilian Rule Of The Government In Sudan
Atrocious acts of violence have gone down in Sudan sparking outrage around the world.
According to MTV News, on Sunday, June
Kahlil Greene Becomes First Black Student to Be Elected as the Student Body President
Yale University recently elected its first black student body president. Kahlil Greene officially became the first black student to be elected to the position in the
Student Banned From Prom Over Racist Sign
Promposals have become the most anticipated part of prom season, aside from the outfits — but some people just take things too far. An Ohio student has been banned from attending prom after
We can now add being a lawyer to the list of things that get you arrested while Black. Maryland attorney, Rashad James, says he was mistaken for a suspect and briefly detained by a sheriff’s deputy during a court
Hold up, wait a minute — award season ain’t finished just yet. The NAACP Image Awards are just around the corner and we, as a culture, get to watch Black folks shine and receive all the things they deserve without
Parents Demand Answers After 4 Young Black Girls Were Allegedly Stripped Searched At School
According to the Boston Globe, an upstate New York school district denied that four 12-year-old girls were subjected to strip searches in their middle school