From coast to coast protests continue against the recent police killings of Black people across the nation.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced a historic New Jersey Supreme Court nomination Friday.
Mayor Bill de Blasio spoke out overnight after videos went viral on social media Thursday
Black-Owned laboratory uses artificial intelligence-based drug discovery platform to develop COVID-19 treatment
Darnisha Harrison, a Louisiana State University grad and founder and CEO of Georgia-based Ennaid Therapeutics, says that scientists working for her company are developing a drug-based therapy whose laboratory tests continue to show promise.
Blacks in the U.S. have been disproportionately affected during the pandemic.
ATTR-CM is a life-threatening, underdiagnosed disease associated with heart failure, but many people have never heard of it or don’t know what it is.
With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping people afraid and shut in their homes for the better part of three months, thousands were brought out of that uncertain state by outrage over the barbaric and callous killing of a handcuffed man on ...
During a virtual town hall meeting, former U.S. President Barack Obama joins local and national leaders in the police reform movement.
It seems that doctors are not taking patients’ pain seriously.
Growing up as a first-generation American child from Trinidadian immigrant parents, most of Ameria Alleyne’s fondest memories are infused with education.
Criticism of police unions have gotten louder and louder. This week, some of those criticisms have come from other unions.
The murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police Department officers lit a match under the country which the global pandemic couldn’t stop.
Ben Jealous selected as president of People For the American Way and People For the American Way Foundation
The boards of directors of People For the American Way and People For the American Way Foundation are honored to announce that Benjamin Todd Jealous has been selected as the next president of both organizations.
Protests over police brutality rocked the country this past week and labor unions weren’t exempt.
Digital Media Solutions (DMS), alongside the office of New York State Sen. Brian A. Benjamin and the First Corinthian Baptist Church (FCBC) food pantry, recently donated enough food to feed up to 400 families for a week.