Here Are The Black Americans That Have Made History In The 2020 Election

by Derek Major November 5, 2020 The 2020 election has been unlike anything this country has seen, but that can be a positive if you look at the election the right way. Here are some of the Black American men and women that made history in the 2020 election. Cori Bush, Missouri’s

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Report: Coronavirus Will Make Income Inequality Even Worse for Black and Brown Americans

by Derek Major August 3, 2020 The Coronavirus pandemic has hit low-income Black and Latino Americans harder than other groups and, as a result, the income divide in the U.S. will likely rise, according to a new report. The report released July 23 by Deloitte, states before the coronavirus pandemic and the

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American Black Film Festival Founders Launch Nonprofit For Social Change and Racial Justice

by Dana Givens June 27, 2020 Hollywood has dealt with issues of diversity and inclusion for many years with campaigns like #OscarSoWhite illuminating the disparities many minorities in the industry face on everything from award nominations to salaries. Now, the founders of the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) are coming together

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Tommy Hilfiger and Zendaya Cast All Black Models For Runway Show

ByJulia Brucculieri 03/04/2019 The iconic American designer and former Disney star presented their first TommyNow collection on Saturday during Paris Fashion Week. People online couldn’t stop talking about the show, and for a few good reasons. For starters, it was cast entirely with black models ― 59, to be exact

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Presidential Hopeful Sen. Cory Booker, in Selma, says U.S. Failing its People

March 3, 2019 / 1:34 PM by: Katharine Jackson (Reuters) – Presidential hopeful Cory Booker told a service commemorating the 1965 “Bloody Sunday” march, a turning point in the civil rights movement, that the United States is still failing many Americans, citing poverty and gun violence as constant threats. Booker,

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Milwaukee College Prep 6th-Grade Students Pay Homage to Icons for Black History Month

9:05 AM PST, February 8, 2019  MAYA CHUNG A group of sixth-grade students in Milwaukee is kicking off Black History Month by paying homage to influential black figures. From Biggie Smalls to Michelle Obama, students at Milwaukee College Prep are recreating iconic photos to honor people of color who have made huge

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Celebrities Show Solidarity With Colin Kaepernick Over Super Bowl 2019 Weekend

02/03/2019 07:36 pm ET By Kimberley Richards Celebrities, athletes and activists used social media to share their support for Colin Kaepernick before the Super Bowl on Sunday. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback tweeted his gratitude, often by posting photos of people sporting #Imwithkap jerseys ahead of the big game. Kaepernick tweeted

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