Aniekan Udofia refreshes his iconic homage to Black history on the wall outside Ben's Chili Bowl in Washington, DC.
Honoring the work of America's first Muslim woman judge.
It's hard to make a case for the altruism in organ donation when our medical system has historically not been altruistic to us.
Here's our curated roundup of the art and the artists we spoke with at the PULSE Contemporary Art Fair at Art Week Miami 2016.
New research finds dangerous levels of toxicity in everyday products marketed to African American women. An expert explains how dangerous these products can be.
African slaves in the American South continued their martial arts traditions by fighting as sport, ritual, and self-defense.
Police identified the deceased suspect as Sylville Smith, a 23-year-old black man fatally shot by police during a traffic stop on Saturday night.
56 barbers gathered in Englewood to stop gun violence, one haircut at time.
On this episode of 'Daily VICE,' we sit down with Leah LeVell to ask her why she thinks Donald Trump is the best candidate for young African Americans.
Using four different datasets, researchers found that non-white civilians were 50 percent more likely to be subject to police using force – like being grabbed, handcuffed, hit with a baton or slammed against a wall.