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Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer placed the city under a state of emergency on Tuesday as the world awaits a decision for the Breonna Taylor case. Fischer signed two executive orders in preparation for an announcement from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Taylor died on March 13 after officers from the Louisville Metro Police Department stormed […]

Fall is nearly here, and actress Tia Mowry is getting into some new looks. On Sept. 19, Mowry posted an Instagram selfie to debut her new makeup look for the season. The fall-themed photo shows the “The Game” star dressed in a yellow sweater and little gold hoops to accessorize the look. Tia Mowry’s new […]

Michael Jordan will be the majority owner of a NASCAR Cup Series team and Bubba Wallace, the series’ only full-time African-American racer, will be the driver. In a press release, the NBA legend said that he’s been a longtime NASCAR fan and wants to bring the sport to more Black people, while also creating more […]

More African-American students will be able to attend college at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and other higher learning institutions, thanks to Synovus Bank. Synovus Bank donated $1 million to the United Negro College Fund in honor of Georgia State Rep. Calvin Smyre. Albany State sophomore Chloe Smith will get the opportunity to go […]

Gabrielle Union had fans hype, on Sunday, Sept. 20, over her new rap which was in the style similar to that of Issa Rae’s character on the HBO series, “Insecure.” During the 72nd Annual Emmy Awards, Union’s rap popped up to creatively introduce “Insecure” as a nominee for the Outstanding Comedy Series category. In a […]

A Black officer with the Tustin Police Department in Southern California was celebrated by his chief for making a video in which he called out the Minneapolis police officers charged with murder in the death of George Floyd. On Thursday, May 28, Sgt. Robert Nelson, 34, uploaded a video to his personal social media account […]

It looks like Brandy has no interest in dating Joe Budden. The podcaster recently made a pass at the Grammy Award-winning singer and it was definitely a no-go. Ray J appeared on a segment of Budden’s podcast on Sept. 4, and that’s when the Harlem native revealed he had a slight crush on the “One […]

That’s Breonna Taylor on Jamal Murray’s sneakers. by Ann Garrison On Aug. 26, the third day of the Republican Convention and two days after a Kenosha, Wisconsin, cop fired seven bullets into the back of Jacob Blake, an unarmed Black man, the Milwaukee Bucks refused to play. Then the rest of the NBA players, at least 75 […]

“A match made in heaven.” That’s how Deion Sanders described his new job as the head football coach at Jackson State University, a historically Black university in Jackson, Mississippi, that plays in the Southwestern Athletic Conference. The former NFL and Major League Baseball player made the announcement on Sunday, Sept. 20, on his podcast “21st & […]

A trucker from Colorado Springs, Colorado, accused of stabbing a Black man in Oregon last December has been charged with a hate crime, a federal grand jury has decided. On Thursday, Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division and U.S. Attorney Billy J. Williams of the District of Oregon said […]


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