Smithsonian’s African American Museum Shares Online Portal for Conversations About Race

Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) has launched “Talking About Race,” an online platform that urges valuable and effective conversations about race and racism in America. Coming as countrywide protests demanding justice for the murders of George … Read more…

Chase Institute Study: African American and Hispanic Families Struggle to Overcome Economic Turmoil

A study by the JPMorgan Chase Institute shows African American and Hispanic families have fewer resources available to weather income volatility and economic shocks. The study, released this month, shows the racial gap in liquid assets is twice as large … Read more…

‘Resident Evil’ Stuntwoman Wins South African Court Ruling Following Horrific On-Set Accident

U.K.-based stuntwoman Olivia Jackson has won the latest stage in a long battle for damages following life-changing injuries she sustained during the filming of “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” in 2015. Standing in for Milla Jovovich, Jackson was driving a … Read more…

Facebook, Twitter suspend Russian-linked operation targeting African Americans on social media

Facebook and Twitter have disabled a Russian operation designed to stoke racial tensions among African Americans in the United States, the companies announced Thursday, raising fresh alarms that the Kremlin may seek to interfere in the 2020 presidential election and … Read more…

WATCH LIVE: Trump hosts National African American History Month reception at White House

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The presidential contest turns to African American and Latino voters. For some candidates, that’s a problem.

In Iowa and New Hampshire, campaign crowds were overwhelmingly white, but the states up next on the campaign calendar have a significant number — or a majority — of nonwhite voters. Politics SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: Click today to request your … Read more…

Civil rights activists clash over 2020 African American voters supporting Trump

Civil rights activist Leo Terrell and Project 21 co-chairman Horace Cooper clashed on “The Ingraham Angle” Wednesday over President Trump’s outreach to African-Americans voters. FOX News SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription card and … Read more…

New Report Shows There’s an African American Financial Literacy Gap

The TIAA Institute and the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC) released a new report documenting a financial literacy gap among African American adults. The TIAA Institute-GFLEC Personal Finance Index (P-Fin Index) provides a barometer of U.S. adults’ readiness to make sound financial … Read more…

Black Coffee – Aspiring to Create Authentic South African Music and “Lalala” | The Daily Show

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A New Documentary To Air Never-Before-Seen Footage Of Harry & Meghan’s Royal African Tour | PeopleTV

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Five Business Lessons For Young Professionals From The Nation’s Wealthiest African American, Robert F. Smith

When I attended a session during the 25th Annual Executive Leadership Council’s Mid-level Managers’ Symposium last week, I gained the rare opportunity to hear Robert F. Smith, the billionaire CEO of private equity firm Vista Equity Partners (No. 1 on … Read more…

Nurse Alice: New Research Suggests Alzheimer’s Presents Differently in African Americans

Nearly 5.7 million people live with Alzheimer’s disease in the United States. The disease, however, seemingly presents more problematic for African Americans. Studies show African Americans are twice as likely of developing Alzheimer’s disease compared to whites. And while health, … Read more…

Award-Winning Film ‘Charcoal’ Heads to National Museum of African Art Smithsonian Institution

Francesca Andre combined her experiences with colorism and passion for storytelling into Charcoal, an award-winning film which puts the spotlight on healing from prejudice, discrimination, and preferential treatment based on the skin tone, facial features, and hair textures among people … Read more…