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13-year-old Black girl accepted into medical school As a parent you sometimes feel so proud when your child accomplishes some great things, and I can only imagine how proud this young woman’s parents must be. I’m talking about the amazing work of 13 year old Alena Analeigh Wicker, who was accepted to the University of […]

For first time, video shown of cops arresting Black man, 25, on warrant for 49-yr. old white man Here we go, another video of bad policing. This time of cops in Las Vegas arresting a young black man on a warrant issued for an older white man, who had the same first and last name, […]

Episcopal Diocese of Maryland awards $175,000 in first round of reparations program Reparations, a widely discussed topic but one that never really seems to go a lot further than discussion when it comes to the African American community. Well right here in Baltimore there is one entity that is working on fulfilling its promise of […]

How Buffalo Suspect’s Racist Writings Reveal Links to Other Attacks Another mass shooting rocks America as an 18 year old white male drove over 200 miles to Buffalo, NY and committed an unthinkable racially motivated act which led to 10 people being killed at a supermarket in a predominantly black area of the city.  Buffalo […]

Black Lives Matter used donations to buy $6 million Southern California home: report Ok, so there is a report from the New York magazine that Black Lives Matter Global network Foundation( BLMGNF) and three of its leaders Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza and Melina Abdullah are not being fully transparent about a $6 million dollar home […]

Grammys 2022: Complete list of nominees and winners The 64th Grammy awards… happened last night in Las Vegas… and musics biggest stars got all dressed up and came together to see who will be this years big winners and here are a few: Congratulations to Silk Sonic who has an amazing year with their album […]

February is the month dedicated to celebrating African American Culture and our history in this country is one filled with great stories of overcoming, resilience, fortitude, and ingenuity. We have accomplished so much and given little to do so. In a society where African Americans were not accepted socially and everything was segregated. African Americans […]

A Texas parent demanded a Michelle Obama biography be pulled from schools because they said it would make white girls feel ‘ashamed’ So in Texas they has been a book banning thing going on and they have been petitioning to have certain books that depict race, sexuality, and gender. Well there is a parent from […]

Today is Veterans Day and The U.S. Department of Defense issued 5 facts about the day dedicated to those who served in the us armed forces.  Here are the important facts you should know: Veterans Day does NOT have an apostrophe. The holiday is not a day that “belongs” to one veteran or multiple veterans, […]

  BOSTON’S FIRST BLACK MAYOR SIGNS EXECUTIVE ORDER TO REPLACE COLUMBUS DAY WITH INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY What is today…Columbus Day or indigenous People’s Day? In 1937, President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed Columbus Day a national holiday, As of today in Boston, it is Indigenous People’s Day. This happened because Boston’s first Black mayor Kim Janey signed […]