It has been almost one year since George Floyd was killed by police officer Derek Chauvin on May 25, 2020, and the trial for his death is currently underway. Now, the world is eagerly watching to see if justice will be served the same way we watched the viral video of his death.
What began as a small monthly book club with local fifth graders, has turned into a weekly sounding board for students to have intimate and sometimes, intense discussions on racism through literature.
Black women's hair is often a polarizing subject in this country, but work is being done to change that.
One man reflects on the impact of seeing yourself represented in leadership positions at public institutions.
Helen Hope Kimbrough reflects on the impact of the recent Presidential Inauguration for her and her family.
Words and lyrics from Black female artists help one woman find her voice.
Literature can be a useful tool for children to understand the world, and how the world views them.
Kamala Harris’ historic election as Vice President inspires Black women across generations
In light of recent attacks on life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, it is painfully clear that freedom and justice are subjective.
In celebration of Dr. King’s legacy, we invite you to examine his critique of the “Other America.”