Dignitaries gather to celebrate Nelson Mandela’s memory and sign tribute book.
How trial of Aya Hachem’s killer collapsed – and saw a juror applauded out of court
The expulsion of Justin Pearson from the Tennessee House of Representatives is a stark reminder of the dangers of tone policing. It is a call to action for all of us to listen to marginalized voices, to stand up against injustice, and to create a world in which everyone’s experiences are valued and respected.
Stacey Abrams, a former state representative and minority leader of the Georgia House of Representatives, has been appointed as the inaugural Ronald W. Walters Endowed Chair for Race and Black Politics at Howard University. In this role, Abrams will promote interdisciplinary collaboration, inspire research, and encourage broad discussions on issues of race and Black politics affecting the African diaspora in America. Abrams will also lead the vibrant Ronald W. Walters Speakers Series, hosting guests on a range of topics representing diverse perspectives. The endowed chair was created in Walters’ namesake to continue his legacy of expanding the University’s capacity as a leader in emerging scholarship in Black politics.
The article discusses the historic meeting between United States Vice President Kamala Harris and Tanzania’s President, Samia Suluhu Hassan, who is the first female head of state in Africa.
London will soon unveil a new memorial to pay tribute to the victims of the transatlantic slave trade
They describe what they call a hostile and racially charged workplace
Venus Williams Joins Efforts to Preserve Nina Simone’s Childhood Home