The Typical Black Family May Have Zero Wealth by the End of This Century
Despite what Trump says about black unemployment, the inequality gap is approaching the point of no return, according to a new report.
How Black Women on Capitol Hill Are Dealing with Trump
With white supremacists rising under a right-wing president, black women in the halls of power are looking out for each other and the causes they care about.
Black People in the US Were Enslaved Well into the 1960s
More than 100 years after the Emancipation Proclamation, there were black people in the Deep South who had no idea they were free. These people were forced to work, violently tortured, and raped.
A Black Mother's Survival Guide for Her Teenage Son
The only right you have, I told him, is to make it home alive.
The Scholar Helping America Grapple with Its Ugly History
Author Keisha N. Blain knows Donald Trump and Dylann Roof didn't come out of nowhere.
Painting the Pain and Beauty of Black Life
Artist Nina Chanel Abney's simultaneous gallery shows were down the street from each other and a world apart.
Amazon's Making Its Own Post-Civil War Series Called 'Black America'
The streaming site announced the new project from 'Boondocks' creator Aaron McGruder to rival HBO's 'Confederate.'
The World's Coolest Day Party Is Also a Safe Space for People of Color
Everyday People is the celebration that brings young blacks together to have a good time in the midst of today's social turmoil.
Did the FBI Spy on This Black Muslim After 9/11 Because His Dad Was Linked to Malcolm X?
Critics say the case raises serious questions about how the government treats radicals of all stripes.
Black Radicalism in the Age of Castro
In our new Donald Trump reality, black radicals will not react as they did in the 1960s and 70s, when Fidel Castro welcomed some fugitives to his shores.
What Young Black Men Can Expect from President Trump
History suggests African Americans—and black men, in particular—may be relegated to a modern three-fifths compromise, one in which neither Black Lives nor Black Votes Really Matter.
Rare Photos of Black Activism from the 60s
'North of Dixie: Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South' spotlights moments in the fight against discrimination, focusing on areas of the country where the struggle for civil rights has been ignored by the history books.