Florida Faith Communities Challenge DeSantis, Advocate for Comprehensive Black History Curriculum

Black churches and congregations in Florida now offer versions of Black history education that do not follow state-imposed guidelines. This comes in response to recent changes in Florida’s educational curriculum for K-12 students, which has sparked controversy and criticism. Changing Curriculum Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a Republican and a 2024 presidential candidate, faced backlash after … Read more

White Democratic Hopefuls in California Senate Race Encouraged to Prioritize Racial Diversity Over Personal Ambitions

The issue of diversity in California’s upcoming Senate race has taken a contentious turn. The suggestion that two White candidates, Katie Porter and Adam Schiff, should step aside in favor of U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee, a Black woman, has raised questions about genuine equality and the role of race in politics.  The Call for Racial … Read more

San Francisco’s Funding for Transgender Projects Sparks Taxpayer Concern

Judicial Watch reveals that San Francisco directs tax dollars towards black and Latino transgender individuals through its “Guaranteed Income for Trans People” (GIFT) program, offering unrestricted financial support. What is the GIFT Program? The GIFT program was set up to provide financial support to those who identify as transgender and extremely low-income (<30% of Area … Read more

America’s Crisis: Black Market Drug Epidemic Skyrockets Fatalities

In recent years, a concerning trend has emerged in the United States: the appearance of a dangerous drug known as “tranq dope.” This dangerous substance combines fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, with xylazine, a potent non-opioid tranquilizer commonly used for sedating large animals. The drug’s devastating impact has raised significant concerns. From Krokodil to Tranq In … Read more

Controversy Over NBC’s Essay on Race and Outdoor Spaces

The popular media outlet, NBC, recently faced significant backlash after reviving a June essay written by reporter Char Adams on the topic of black people needing “safe spaces” to enjoy outdoor activities. Here’s the full story. The Racist Essay  The essay focused on black-led outdoor groups aiming to provide spaces where black individuals can partake … Read more

Texas School’s Suspension of Black Student for Natural Hair Sparks Nationwide Outcry

Stirring outrage and raising questions about the boundaries of individual expression and school policies, an 18-year-old Black student in Texas found himself suspended for wearing a natural hairstyle deemed an “expression of cultural pride.” A Teen’s Struggle Darryl George, an 18-year-old junior at Barbers Hill High School in Texas, recently found himself at the center … Read more

Wealth Growth in Black and Hispanic u.s. Households Trails Behind White Counterparts – Unpacking the Persistent Wage Gap

Despite recent years showing remarkable strides in narrowing the wealth gap among Black and Hispanic Americans, a glaring wealth disparity still looms large when compared to their White counterparts. Mind the Gap The Federal Reserve’s latest Survey on Consumer Finances revealed insights into the net worth of different racial groups in the U.S.  Net Worth … Read more

Democrat Candidate Claims ‘Mediocre’ White People Can Get High-Salary Jobs Easily While Black Counterparts Have to Be ‘Perfect and Overqualified’

Democrat candidate Nadarius Clark’s claim that White individuals can secure high-paying jobs with relative ease compared to their Black counterparts has sparked a heated debate surrounding racial disparities in employment opportunities. Here’s the full story. The Podcast During an episode of his podcast, “Polititalk,” Clark, a closely watched candidate for the state legislature race in … Read more

San Francisco’s Allocation of Funds for Black and Latino Transgender Projects Raises Public Interest

Judicial Watch reveals that San Francisco directs tax dollars towards black and Latino transgender individuals through its “Guaranteed Income for Trans People” (GIFT) program, offering unrestricted financial support. What Is the GIFT Program? The GIFT program was set up to provide financial support to those who identify as transgender and extremely low-income (<30% of Area … Read more

Florida Faith Communities Push Back Against DeSantis’ Curriculum, Advocate for Authentic Black History Education

Black churches and congregations in Florida now offer versions of Black history education that do not follow state-imposed guidelines. This comes in response to recent changes in Florida’s educational curriculum for K-12 students, which has sparked controversy and criticism. Changing Curriculum Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a Republican and a 2024 presidential candidate, faced backlash after … Read more

Princeton’s ‘Healing Humanities’ Course Labels Black People as ‘Disabled’

Princeton University is under fire for teaching students that black men and women are disabled in this world because of systemic racism. Here’s the whole story.  The Course The name of the course being taught is “The Healing Humanities: Decolonizing Trauma Studies from the Global South.” The curriculum teaches students that black people should be … Read more

Controversy Erupts Over NFL’s Choice to Perform ‘Black National Anthem’ at Super Bowl

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The NFL’s decision to include the performance of “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” often referred to as the “Black National Anthem,” at the opening of Super Bowl LVII has sparked severe online controversy. Here’s the full story. The Black Anthem As the nation watched, Sheryl Lee Ralph, star of the comedy series ‘Abbott Elementary,’ performed … Read more

‘They Can Never Change the Past Wrongs’ – Convictions of 110 Black Soldiers Reversed by U.S. Army

The U.S. Army has made a historic decision to overturn the convictions of 110 Black soldiers, including 19 who were executed, for a mutiny in a Houston military camp a century ago. Here’s the full story.  Convictions Overturned In a significant move, the U.S. Army has decided to overturn the convictions of 110 Black soldiers, … Read more

Texas School Suspends Student Over Natural Afro Hair, Triggering National Protest

Stirring outrage and raising questions about the boundaries of individual expression and school policies, an 18-year-old Black student in Texas found himself suspended for wearing a natural hairstyle deemed an “expression of cultural pride.” A Teen’s Struggle Darryl George, an 18-year-old junior at Barbers Hill High School in Texas, recently found himself at the center … Read more

The Future of Black History Education – Dorsey High Leads the Way

Susan Miller Dorsey Senior High School has been the target of controversy with its new Advanced Placement African-American Studies course, which aims to teach students about the “Black experience.” Here’s the whole story.  New Class Causes Controversy “It’s the truth” – A new AP class at Susan Miller Dorsey Senior High School in Los Angeles … Read more

Wealth Within Black And Hispanic Households in the U.S. Is on the Rise, But There’s Still a Huge Wage Gap Compared to White Households

Despite recent years showing remarkable strides in narrowing the wealth gap among Black and Hispanic Americans, a glaring wealth disparity still looms large when compared to their White counterparts. Mind The Gap The Federal Reserve’s latest Survey on Consumer Finances revealed insights into the net worth of different racial groups in the U.S.  Net Worth … Read more

Longtime Migrants in Low-Income Districts Protest Favoritism Towards Newcomers in Housing and Work Permits

Protests are arising in cities as minority communities and migrants who have lived in the U.S. for decades become frustrated at new migrants receiving better benefits from the government. Cities Bearing the Brunt The clashes between old and new migrants mainly occur in cities such as New York and Chicago, where two key issues are … Read more