Jean-Michel Basquiat epitomized the ’80s downtown New York art scene but his sojourn to the South reveals even more about the world’s most famous black artist.
The FDA may toss a rule restricting gays from donating blood. A new rule will make men wait 12 months after having gay sex to be a blood donor.
After the critical acclaim of the 2011 documentary ‘Dark Girls,’ ‘Light Girls’ will explore colorism from the perspective of black women with light skin.
Cuban officials say the country will not allow the U.S. to seize Assata Shakur, who was granted asylum in Cuba in 1984.
Despite North Korea’s attempt to stop Sony’s ‘The Interview’ comedy from playing at theaters, the controversial movie will have a limited release beginning on Christmas Day.
Purchased a Keurig for Christmas? After the coffee brewing company announced a recall for 7 million machines that can burn users, you may need to return it.
Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson has helped set new guidelines in her Minnesota district, requiring her approval to suspend any student of color.
Former P.I. Gary Fishell thought it was a good idea to mock Mike Brown’s death singing “dead, dead Michael Brown” at a charity event for retired cops.
We can’t say we care about protecting Black lives if we are going to continue ignoring the massive mental health crisis in our community.