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The Number To Remember This Memorial Day Is 1.5 Million

It is believed first Memorial Day was held in Charleston, South Carolina, May 1, 1865. It was initiated by freed African Americans to honor 257 Union troops who lost their lives while they were being held by Confederate forces at the Hampton Park Race Course. Show More Summary

Kasich Commends Cleveland for Avoiding Violence after Brelo Verdict

13 hours agoNews : Mediaite

On This Week Sunday morning, Ohio Governor and potential 2016-er John Kasich (R) addressed yesterday's acquittal of Officer Michael Brelo in the 2012 shooting death of an African American couple, commending the city of Cleveland for avoiding violence, and pledging that the state was focused on improving the tensions between law enforcement and the African-American community.

Ex-Virginia Delegate in Antebellum Family Portrait Plans to Marry Teen Baby Mama

Just days after a former Virginia House Delegate took a hit on social media for posing in an Antebellum family portrait with the teenaged mother of his child, Joe Morrissey announced plans to marry the 19-year-old African American woman, reports Richmond Magazine.

In a Scene of a Harem Bath, 2 Women From Different Worlds Are Linked by a Common Bond

This image is part of a weekly series that The Root is presenting in conjunction with the Image of the Black Archive & Library at Harvard University’s Hutchins Center for African and African American Research.

How Director Rick Famuyiwa Grew ‘Dope’ – Cannes Q&A

Rick Famuyiwa is one of the most profitable voices in African American cinema at the box office with such titles as The Wood ($6M cost, $25M domestic) and Brown Sugar ($8M cost, $27.4M domestic). However, when he went to shop his comedy...Show More Summary

Fox’s Mark Fuhrman: ‘Of Course’ Baltimore Blacks Will Riot If Cops Not Convicted Over Freddie Gray Death

With his open contempt for African Americans, Mark Fuhrman proved he’s as racist as he ever was – and Fox News loves him for it. The fact that Fox routinely trots out Fuhrman to comment on racially sensitive cases speaks volumes about Fox News. Show More Summary

Lu Vason dies at 76; highlighted role of black cowboys

Lu Vason was not the Hollywood image of rodeo. He grew up in Berkeley, he didn't ride or rope, he worked for a while as a barber and beautician, he was neither lean nor mean and he was African American.

New York Congressman Blasts Black Conservative Sheriff Who Blames 'Underclass' Behavior for Police Violence

During a heated House Judiciary Committee hearing, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) responded sharply to a black conservative sheriff who blamed the African American “underclass subculture” for police violence.

United States-Cuba thaw spreads to arts as Havana biennial celebrates its 30th anniversary

3 days agoArts : Artdaily

An enormous "African American flag" with stars and stripes in black, green and red will greet visitors to the Havana Biennial, which opens Friday with a collection of works highlighting the US-Cuban thaw. The flag, by black AmericanShow More Summary

Braxton Family Values Season 5 Premiere Tonight On WE, Plus Trina Reveals She’s Divorcing Gabe

Braxton Family Values gears up for a brand new season tonight on WE. The live-action African American reality series features the Braxton women—sisters of hit r&b singer Toni Braxton. Tonight’s Braxton Family Values begins season five, and fans are already talking about the upcoming premiere. Show More Summary

internet shaming and african american studies

This post is a commentary on the controversy around Saida Grundy’s tweets. Recently, Grundy, posted tweets about the legacy of racism. The gist of Grundy’s tweets was that there is a legacy of racism and privilege that is not addressed in American society. At the AAUP blog, Arianne Shavisi summarizes the tweets well: “Grundy … […]

Two Black Men Suspected of Stealing Beer Shot by Police - Reports

Two African American men suspected of stealing beer from a supermarket were reportedly shot by a police officer in Olympia, Washington.

Univision Acquires The Root

Univison, the leading media company serving Hispanic Americans, today acquired The Root, a leading online news destination for African Americans. The Root, co-founded by Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and media mogul Donald Graham in 2008, will now have access to Univision’s digital production facilities and publishing infrastructure. Show More Summary

Obama equates Israel’s creation to African-Americans gaining right to vote

President Obama said there's a "direct line between supporting the right of the Jewish people to have a homeland and... the right of African Americans to vote and have equal protection under the law" in interview w Jeffrey Goldberg where he says "Jeff" more times than "Palestinian," 6-4

Taye Diggs’ Drag Queen Past, Actor Says He Experimented In High School

Taye Diggs recently got cast as the first African American to take on the role of Hedwig in Broadway’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch. That said, it looks like Diggs sort of related to the material a bit. While spotted by cameras, Diggs answered...Show More Summary

Young Black Boys Committing Suicide at Rates Higher Than Ever

For the first time, a cohort of African Americans is dying by their own hands at a rate higher than their white peers. Researchers have found that between 1993 and 2012, the suicide rate for very young black children, between the ages of 5 and 11, nearly doubled. Show More Summary

Common mutation linked to heart disease

A common mutation in a gene that regulates cholesterol levels may raise the risk of heart disease in carriers up to 49 percent, particularly among men and African Americans, according to a new study.

Fox Guest on Baltimore Violence: ‘It’s Not a Korean Crime Surge’

3 days agoNews : Mediaite

Blacksphere executive director Kevin Jackson told Fox & Friends Thursday morning that the national focus on relations between police and the African American community was inappropriately racializing cops' response to crime, especially when that crime was occurring in minority-heavy neighborhoods.

2016 prospect Rand Paul in new book: GOP willing to change

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul reaches out in his most direct way yet to African Americans in a new book that highlights his libertarian policies on government surveillance, the economy and criminal justice...Show More Summary

Diddy Says African American Communities Are 'Committing Genocide On Ourselves'

Sean “Diddy” Combs has been vocal about the #BlackLivesMatter movement in the past, taking the nation's justice system to task for non-indictments in the deaths of unarmed black men. In reaction to the recent death of New York rapper,...Show More Summary

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