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The Supreme Court Lets Alabama Gerrymander Away Black Voting Power

In a 5-4 decision, the Court upheld a redistricting plan in Alabama designed to dilute the power of the Black vote.
Christopher Rhodes
 • 4 months ago

Florida’s New Voter Suppression Law Is Being Challenged In Federal Court

Voting rights advocacy organizations sued to have Florida’s Senate Bill 90 overturned.
Christopher Rhodes
 • 4 months ago

Black Activist Interrupts Amir Locke Press Conference To Demand Accountability

Nekima Levy Armstrong, who has been working with the Minneapolis government to reduce violence, called out the city’s leadership.
Christopher Rhodes
 • 4 months ago

How Systemic Inequities Kept Many Black Veterans From Building Black Prosperity

For the Black veterans who received GI benefits, they only got 40% of what white veterans received.
Jeremy Butler
 • 5 months ago

Rep. Cori Bush Delivered An Eloquent Black History Lesson On The House Floor: 'We're Going To Tell The Truth Today'

Period.
Yolanda Baruch
 • 5 months ago

Missouri May Be Set To Legalize Lynching And Murder

A proposed self-defense law would make it difficult to prosecute killers who claim to be acting in fear of their life or safety.
Christopher Rhodes
 • 5 months ago

Rep. Joyce Beatty Said Republican Lawmaker Told Her To 'Kiss My Ass' After She Asked Him To Put On A Mask

"You picked the wrong woman today," Beatty told her colleague.
Yolanda Baruch
 • 5 months ago

BLM Activist Who Was Told Her Voting Rights Were Restored Was Sentenced To Prison For Illegally Registering To Vote

Officials admitted they made a mistake and her voting privileges had not been restored.
Yolanda Baruch
 • 5 months ago

Aliko Dangote, The Richest Black Person In The World, Continues To Grow His Empire

The Nigerian businessman is not a household name in the U.S., but he is well known to the elite in America, Africa and around the world.
Christopher Rhodes
 • 5 months ago

Black Senators In Mississippi Staged A Walkout To Protest CRT Ban

The Black lawmakers oppose the latest of many laws in Mississippi and elsewhere that restrict discussion of racism, as well as other topics and identities.
Christopher Rhodes
 • 5 months ago

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