Thank you Houston for making Praise in the Park such an amazing event. From the crowd, to the music & energy, April 9 was truly something special.
To make sure we always have a way to look back and celebrate this wonderful accomplishment, we've created a photo album of the confirmation of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Being guarded in these dating streets is actually a good thing. As a matter of fact, The Bible instructs us to be guarded in a few critical areas. This is the first episode of a 5-part series brought to you by Laterras R. Whitfield titled, "Guarded." Today’s episode is a casual conversation with our very own Sky Houston, as she shares her dating woes and how important it is to “Guard Your Mind.”
The concept of reparations is not a new idea by any stretch of the imagination, but its meaning has taken different forms over the years.
At Windsor Central High School in Windsor, New York, white students organized a themed event at a basketball game where they dressed as Crips and the Bloods complete with accessories that allowed them to be walking Black stereotypes without a thought in their head about the actual Black people they were caricaturing.
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas' hospitalization for an unspecified "infection" has been longer than predicted, prompting further questions about his health as a new COVID-19 variant is surging around the globe.
Sen. Mike Braun said during a Tuesday press conference that the U.S. Supreme Court had legalized federal policies that should instead be left to states to decide. A reporter asked him if that applied to Loving v. Virginia, which legalized interracial marriage. Braun said "yes" but now he says he "misunderstood."
Here are 5 humanitarian crises happening in Black and brown countries that aren’t getting as much attention as Ukraine.
With her new single “When I Pray” out now and an appearance at the upcoming HBCU College Expo set to take place April 2nd at TSU, we caught up with the rising star for our latest installment of "Faith & Fame."