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Rep. Ritchie Torres Introduces Bill Intended To Protect LGBTQ-Owned Businesses From Discrimination By Financial Institutions

New House Rep. Torres is hoping to help LGBTQ+ businesses by providing more opportunities for investment.
Jon Greig
 • 3 days ago

Civil Rights Leader Vernon Jordan, Influential Corporate And Political Adviser, Dies At 85

Jordan was one of the most influential behind-the-scenes forces in Wall Street and Washington, D.C. in the 1980s and 1990s.
Christopher Rhodes
 • 4 days ago

Sonceria 'Ann' Berry Sworn In As The Senate's First Black American Secretary

Her swearing in comes on the first day of Women's History Month.
Amaya Woodley
 • 5 days ago

The Defund To Refund Project Is Resetting The Conversation Around Police Reform

The Defund To Refund platform uses a mix of storytelling, art and data to tell the human and economic cost of over-policing.
Christopher Rhodes
 • 7 days ago

Why Lessons From Black History Demand That D.C. Becomes The 51st State

Washington's history is Black history — and D.C. statehood is its future.

Trump-Appointed US District Judge Blocks Biden's 100-Day Moratorium On Deportations

The judge ruled that the Jan. 26 moratorium is a violation of federal law on administrative procedure.
Tomas Kassahun
 • 10 days ago

Capitol Police Officer Said Rioters Burned Her Face And Nearly Broke Her Arm During Insurrection

The officer, who was at home with her 10-year-old before being called in, rushed to help her colleagues.
Tomas Kassahun
 • 11 days ago

5 Ways HBCUs Shaped The Life And Legacy Of W.E.B. Du Bois

From pioneering sociological studies to connecting with future African heads of state, W.E.B. Du Bois shaped and was shaped by HBCUs throughout his career.
Christopher Rhodes
 • 11 days ago

Rev. Raphael Warnock's Historic US Senate Win Broke More Barriers Than You May Think

It’s no accident that few Black candidates who have run for the Senate or a governorship have won. They often face overt racism.
The Conversation
 • 11 days ago

Cory Booker Holds AG Nominee’s Feet To The Fire On Racial Justice During Confirmation Hearing

Judge Merrick Garland was pressed about his stance on racism in the justice system.
Jon Greig
 • 12 days ago

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