In fashion, art, music and beyond, some people now argue that certain African cultural symbols and products are off-limits to non-Africans.
J Cole's "Neighbors" video made a strong point about race but it also confused some fans...
To white Americans, the relationship between skin color and toughness or masculinity might not be obvious.
A hip-hop concert that took place at Tufts University is raising interesting questions about race on the campus.
There is a new movement on college campuses called Black Minds Matter, to prepare African-American students for the 21st century.
"Strippers are people too." - Elektra Rayne
Is who you choose to love really a political choice after all?
Logic had it rough, but that’s not going to stop him...
David Duke finally made his appearance at Dillard University and it didn't go well, as one would expect when the former grand wizard of the KKK makes a visit to a historically black college.
President Obama is attempting to tackle tech literacy with the $ billion Computer Science for All initiative, which pledges to expand computer science resources for K-12 students. However, if the companies do not change their hiring practices, what does it matter? The hiring process is starting to change, thanks to Howard Professor Legand Burge and teacher Charles Pratt.
Should these white girls in Arizona be expelled for the shirts they wore that spelled out the word "Ni**er"!!?
There’s a new scholarship out created exclusively for young white boys in the United States. Breitbart.com technology editor/activist/journalist/entrepreneur Milo Yiannopoulos...
The Oscar’s snub of "Straight Outta Compton” about rap group N.W.A and the failure to nominate rapper Will Smith for his role in “Concussion” has once again brought up the question of racism in Hollywood. The Academy went three for three by completely ignoring the year’s biggest song, “See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth.
The decision-makers at Scholastic have come to their senses and pulled "A Birthday Cake for George Washington," a new coloring book based on George Washington's slave, Hercules. Even though Hercules was George Washington's favorite slave because of his culinary skills, the first president of the United States went to great lengths to keep his slaves in bondage...
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s suggestion during a hearing of oral arguments for the case of Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin that African-American students do not benefit from attending more academically rigorous colleges is at odds with empirical research on the subject, according to researchers at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce (Georgetown Center).
We must give newly freed prisoners the tools they need to succeed, if we want to keep the recidivism rate low.
A student went toe-to-toe with a Fox News anchor in defense of the #blacklivesmatter movement.
Thomas Edison invented the phonograph this month in 1877. But the real story centers on the invention's first star, an African-American George Johnson.
Student Taylor Ward was stunned when she saw the stamp on her hand after she entered a bar named Reggie's last week in Baton Rouge. Apparently, each week patrons’ hands are stamped after they enter the venue. When Ward looked at her stamp, she noticed the stamp read "Reggin." When you view the word backwards, it spells out "nigger.”
Violent, Racist Call To African-American Studies Department causes heightened security at Yale. But the students aren't being punked and took their anger to the President of the University's house!
When major sports networks show our team running down the hill onto the football field taking part in “The Most Exciting 25 Seconds In College Football,” they show only part of a complicated picture. At the hill’s apex is former Vice President, South Carolina Senator and slave owner John Calhoun’s historic Fort Hill Plantation house, overlooking an exploitative circumstance for which no case needs to be made.
Mizzou Students Poignant Protest that Led to Dramatic Changes at the University
The institutionalized discrimination in the armed services threatens the United States’ ability to defend its position in the global theater of war. It will ultimately have an impact on homeland security!
A 25-year-old grad student at the University of Missouri in Columbia, will go without food until he dies, unless the school’s president resigns.
Six Passengers Kicked Off A Plane For Being Black?
The students at Ithaca College in New York might give the President a vote of NO CONFIDENCE. It comes on the heels of comments Ellen Degeneres business partner made about an African-American student...
Over 20 members of the KKK showed up to Ole Miss an attempt to intimidate the students during a protest of the confederate flag...
While it is funny to watch Raven-Symone get owned by Ann Coulter, Raven was the real winner and loser of the argument. If Raven had read a recent study by UCLA, she might have been more prepared to handle Coulter.
The music industry in Jamaica is in a crisis and for once, the problem has nothing to do with piracy or streaming technologies. No, Jamaica is facing a different problem with their entertainment industry, one that has its roots in slavery.
Rapper Lil Dicky is being hailed as a marketing with wiz, thanks to the debut of his independently released album The Professional. But is the rapper ultimately doing more harm than good?
The Black Student Union at UC Berkeley is pushing back against the treatment of African Americans on the campus.
Protests are taking place on the campus of UCLA, thanks to Kanye West themed a fraternity/sorority party that has sparked outrage.
"As a young brown man, born and raised in Australia, I’m dictated by societal norms to fit in and play a certain role. If I want anything outside of what’s expected of me, then that’s trouble. I’m told that I’m not allowed to." - L FRESH The LION
The prominence of this single African-American man in discussions about violence against women in Australia can lead us to overlook widespread sexism in Australian society by men of all ethnicities.
University of Delaware Police Chief Patrick Ogden said at least eight students verified they had already seen what was later reported to be nooses from an earlier event.