With the 2020 US presidential election just days away, in this episode, Culture Conversations focuses on young leaders supporting voter efforts.
They argue that “decades of study” show the percentage of Black people excluded from juries in death penalty cases was “double to triple” that of whites, mostly because as a group Black people are more likely to oppose the death penalty than white people.
“President Trump’s policies are the policies that can help people break out of the problems that they’re complaining about, but he can’t want them to be successful more than they want to be successful,” Kushner said during an interview.
It's another historic moment for Archbishop Gregory, who moved to Washington last year.
A woman claims she was initially denied entry at a Fulton County Voting Precinct because she was wearing a ‘Black Lives Matter’ face mask.
Sean "Diddy" Combs has relaunched his "Vote or Die!" campaign for the 2020 presidential election, with a slew of new initiatives, in partnership with his hip-hop network Revolt TV.
Democratic candidate Chris Peterson and Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox, a Republican, stand together in joint ads to set “an example to the nation.”
Pope Francis endorsed same-sex civil unions for the first time as pope while being interviewed for the feature-length documentary “Francesco.”
A Starbucks barista in San Diego County is being praised for how she handled a disruptive customer who repeatedly refused to wear her mask and then shouted “f--- Black Lives Matter” as she was leaving the store.
The parents of Secoriea Turner, the 8-year-old girl who was shot and killed in Atlanta on July 4 by armed protesters at the Wendy's where Rayshard Brooks was killed, have filed a lawsuit against the City of Atlanta.
A poll worker in Memphis, Tennessee, has been fired after turning away early voters who were wearing "Black Lives Matter" and "I Can't Breathe" shirts, an elections official said Monday.
According to officials, protesters were blocking traffic, knocking barricades into the street, and throwing "incendiary devices" at police officers.
On May 31 and June 1 in 1921, a white mob attacked Tulsa's Black Wall Street, killing an estimated 300 people and wounding 800 more while robbing and burning businesses, homes and churches.
Three years ago, D.C. was the epicenter of the largest protest in modern history as millions of protesters took to the streets for Women’s Marches.
In this week's episode, we speak to Rina Shah of the Lincoln Project and also share a mail-in voter survival guide for the upcoming US presidential election featuring a special panel.
The Mattel doll got animated about addressing racial bias and discrimination in a new video posted on the Barbie YouTube page, in a discussion with her pal Nikki, a Black doll.
Rapper Ice Cube defended himself against social media attacks Wednesday after the Trump 2020 Campaign thanked him for working with the president on his "Platinum Plan" for Black Americans.
The woman at the center of a viral video where she was seen calling the police on a Black man inside Central Park made a second false call, the Manhattan District Attorney claims.
What if you had a way to see if an employee of a particular restaurant was involved in a racist incident?
In Arizona, Oct. 12 marked the first time that the state recognized Indigenous Peoples Day while still keeping Columbus Day a state holiday.