Terry Crews Turns The Heat Up On High Powered Agent Who Assaulted Him
Dec03

Terry Crews Turns The Heat Up On High Powered Agent Who Assaulted Him

In the midst of the sexual assault allegations that have flooded the headlines—spreading from Tinseltown to Capitol Hill—actor Terry Crews turned up the heat on the man he says grabbed his crotch and then stuck out his tongue in a suggestive manner while at a party the actor was attending with his wife.

 “Father of Black Psychology” Dies
Dec03

“Father of Black Psychology” Dies

UC Irvine Professor Emeritus Joseph L. White, dubbed the “father of black psychology” for his pioneering efforts in changing the way the field approaches theories applied to blacks, has died.

Trump’s Landmark Tax Legislation Projected To Hit Black Americans Hard
Dec03

Trump’s Landmark Tax Legislation Projected To Hit Black Americans Hard

President Trump got his first major victory with the passing of the GOP’s tax reform bill, but it is a victory that many politicians and economist believe could spell big trouble for black Americans.

Over 700 Turn Out for First Ever Resist Gentrification Action Summit
Dec03

Over 700 Turn Out for First Ever Resist Gentrification Action Summit

Leimert Park was ground zero on gentrification this weekend as upwards of 700 community residents, activists and representatives of over 40 tenant rights, civil rights, faith-based and social justice organizations turned out for the first ever Resist Gentrification Action Summit.

Rev. Jesse Jackson Diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease
Nov17

Rev. Jesse Jackson Diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease

60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s every year. Famed civil rights leader, Rev. Jesse Jackson, is now one of them. Jackson, whose father died from the disease, made the announcement in a statement released this morning (Friday, November 17) through Operation PUSH. 

No Such Thing As A Safe Seat As Maxine Waters Says Trump Is Coming For Her in 2018
Nov17

No Such Thing As A Safe Seat As Maxine Waters Says Trump Is Coming For Her in 2018

Congresswoman Maxine Waters, who has been outspoken in her opposition against President Donald Trump, led a chorus of “Impeach 45” chants after receiving Glamour’s prestigous “Woman of The Year” Awards in New York City. In a moment Glamour characterized as one of the biggest of the ceremony, the crowd full of influencers, fellow honorees and powerful women all joined in.

First Ladies High Tea
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