Black Voices

"I think he’ll be welcomed back into Chicago as a person who can be redeemed," the Illinois lawmaker said.
"Look to yourselves on why that’s not being done,” Joe Petito urged members of the media.
Monday's landmark performance was the first staged work by a Black composer in the long history of a company that launched in 1883.
“Celebrities are crazy, they really are,” the basketball legend told the New York Post. “Don’t call me that anymore."
Frank Somerville wanted to call out the lack of media attention on missing people of color, but KTVU authorities pushed back, sources say.
This is the first time the R&B singer has been convicted for sex crimes against minors and young women.
The actor told GQ: “I’m not saying we shouldn’t defund the police. I’m saying, just don’t say that, because then people who would help you won’t.”
The Reddit co-founder penned a sweet message to the 23-time Grand Slam champion, who just rang in her 40th birthday.
Broadway's Idina Menzel, Kristin Chenoweth and a host of other stars brought much-needed razzle-dazzle to Sunday's pandemic-delayed ceremony.
The Broadway legend performed her signature song, "And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going,” to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the musical.