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Nikole Hannah-Jones Wins Social Justice Award at NAACP Image Awards, Speaks on CRT

The 53rd Annual NAACP Image Awards, which were held in person this year on February 26 at the Pasadena Civic Center, honor African Americans in entertainment and...

How Black writers and journalists have wielded punctuation in their activism

By Eurie Dahn, The College of Saint Rose Using punctuation and capitalization as a form of protest doesn’t exactly scream radicalism. But in debates over racial...

COMMENTARY: Always Right to Fight!

After the horrific murders of some of our Asian sisters in Georgia, the press started asking whether or not the Black community would align with them to stop the senseless racist attacks against them spurred on by Trump and his merry band of White Supremacists. It was devastating to me to read many of the social media responses and sickening to hear them among friends and family.

Women’s Suffrage in 60 Seconds: Ida B. Wells

By The National Parks Service Ida B. Wells spent her life fiercely dedicated to truth and equality, including the rights of all to vote. In...

Shooting Death in Georgia of Ahmaud Arbery is Defined as a “Modern Day Lynching”

The shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery, 25, went viral on social media on May 6, months after his murder. The video shows Arbery jogging...