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Melvin Van Peebles, Creative Genius

By Julianne Malveaux, TriceEdneyWire.com One of the first Broadway plays I ever saw was Melvin Van Peeble’s Ain’t Supposed to Die a Natural Death. A....

UN Racism Meeting Recommits to Goals but Renews Divides

By Jennifer Peltz, Associated Press The U.N. General Assembly pledged Wednesday to redouble efforts to combat racism around the world, commemorating a landmark but contentious...

Recall Election Heats Up: Gov. Newsom Trades Fire With Larry Elder

By Aldon Thomas Stiles, California Black Media Until recently, Gov. Newsom’s strategy for responding to the litany of attacks he’s received from Larry Elder,...

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.

COMMENTARY: Racism and Sexism Help End Kamala Harris’ Presidential Campaign

“I’m mad at the triple standard has to face when it comes to her race and gender, putting food on the table and...