Black Voices

John James Audubon enslaved and sold people, and his writings promoted the idea of white supremacy.
“You said you want a safe working environment at Netflix. Well, it seems like I’m the only one who can’t go to the office anymore,” he says to trans Netflix staff.
Myrna Pérez, 47, will now be a lifetime judge on a U.S. appeals court.
Reports of hate crimes against Asians increased 76% amid the pandemic, according to data from the FBI's latest Hate Crime Statistics report.
One agent who posted a video in a Facebook group of a migrant falling off a cliff to their death was not fired, as recommended, but given a 30-day suspension.
"Purple reigns in Minnesota today and every day because of him,” said Sen. Amy Klobuchar in a statement.
The premiere episode of the HBO show’s final season ended with a bang that gave viewers a lot to say.
Watching Issa Rae’s series was the ultimate communal experience for Black TV viewers — and to see it come to an end is bittersweet.
"The Daily Show" host imagined the ex-president won't take long to deviate from posting "truths" on Truth Social.
Social support can have a meaningful impact on a person navigating a new mental health issue. Here's how to do it right.
The head of the elite Middlesex School in Massachusetts said it canceled the Pulitzer-winner's speech over concerns about how outsiders might react.
Thanks to COVID-19, it's like a jungle out there on the dating apps.
Tucker Carlson, Will Cain and John Roberts faced backlash for their commentary.
A judge approved the rapper’s petition to go by "Ye," without a middle or last name.
"When our adoptive parents do not properly prepare us for a racialized world, we are left playing a game of catch-up."
The money will be used to investigate wrongful convictions in Wyandotte County, Kansas.
The comedian condemned the streaming service's CEO for using her name to defend Chappelle’s transphobic jokes.
The champion gymnast fought back tears as she told "Today" about how she hasn't been doing twists on tour.
The comedian supported J.K. Rowling’s anti-trans views and said “gender is a fact” in his new special “The Closer.”
At an event, the comedian reportedly responded to criticism from LGBTQ advocates for making transphobic jokes. His audience cheered him on.