The HBO documentary directed by Soledad O'Brien and Geeta Gandbhir follows Derrica and Natalie Wilson, who are reuniting families and advocating for missing Black people.
She’s also the second Black spokeswoman to lead the briefing and had the support of Judy Smith, the first Black woman to do so 30 years ago.
Tobacco giant Altria is "feeding into the fears of Black folks" and "taking advantage of the climate of demand for social justice," said one civil rights activist.
AP: Black Americans are getting inoculated for coronavirus at levels far below their share of the general population.
A nonprofit plans to turn his home into a pilgrimage site, educating visitors about the slain teen's life while "rewriting the narrative of who Black people are.”
Black and Asian Americans are among the most hard-hit communities, but experts are concerned about whether proper resources and information are reaching them.
Jerome Adams told CBS the hesitation among communities of color to take the COVID-19 vaccine "comes from a real place" but that leaders must restore trust.
Personal reflections inspired by the HBO Original "Between The World And Me."
Church volunteers are phone banking and organizing socially distanced caravans to help with early voting and Election Day ballot-casting.
Police killings, politics and the pandemic are pushing more African Americans to leave.
Jessyka Winston runs Haus of Hoodoo, a New Orleans-based botanica that offers healing and spiritual education.
The televangelist claimed Black Lives Matter is trying to destroy Christianity. Patrisse Cullors said his comments were "reckless."
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A message to Black Americans and an even louder message against Black Lives Matter.
Political experts warn that African Americans don't vote for candidates just because they are Black.
One Twitter user agreed that the president has united Black voters like no other president but added that "it’s against him."
An effort to make up for decades of discriminatory policies is moving ahead in the North Carolina city.
Just .05% of all the people who have ever served in the Senate were Black.
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Just 14% of respondents said they are "very happy," down sharply from 2018.