When Americans think about slavery, we think about the Civil War, cotton plantations in Georgia, and the legacy that those centuries of bondage left in the United States.
“She is very white!” Revered Swedish film critic Jannike Ahlund watches a clip of actress Thandie Newton playing Olanna, one of the Nigerian twin sisters in the film adaptation of the award-winning novel Half of a Yellow Sun…
As owner of the popular Busboys and Poets restaurants, which serve as hubs for progressive activism across the DC area, Shallal has a proven track record of social justice work, which he makes no secret of.
Everyone knows the statistics.
Black men suffer disproportionately from poverty, school failure, family instability, unemployment, incarceration and homicide.
When anti-smoking advocate La Tanisha Wright looked at the details of an agreement reached last month between the three largest American tobacco companies…
The Dominican Republic delegation to the Organization of American States (OAS) has assured that nationals who were born in the Dominican Republic of Haitian parentage will not be stripped of Dominican Republic citizenship.