Black Voices

"I do not want my diagnosis to be a self-fulfilling prophecy," said the actor who plays Lady Crane on the hit Netflix series. "I want to survive."
Jacob Philadelphia was just 5 when he visited the White House and taught the world why representation matters.
"Sit down, Chuck," TNT colleague Kenny Smith told Barkley when the feud appeared to take a serious turn.
The Heisman-winning running back now goes by Errick Miron after a legal name change.
Since Columbine in 1999, more than 311,000 students have experienced some form of gun violence at school. And it has stuck with them.
"Where'd you learn to shoot like that?" the rapper asked his 4-year-old.
The New York Yankees third baseman said he's sorry he referenced the pioneering Black baseball player in an on-field confrontation with Chicago White Sox star Tim Anderson.
Joey Sulipeck's now-deleted tweet is being reviewed by the station, which said the remark did not reflect the Memphis media outlet's values.
The "Orange is the New Black" star said she hoped to bestow "a sense of hope and possibility" on children with the doll.
The former first kids were in high spirits at the airport but weren't down to answer what summer fruit they preferred.