Obstacles remain for Black and Brown cannabis users despite efforts to legalize
Current laws, some activists believe, still over-police cannabis users and dealers especially if they are people of color.
Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus
COVID-19 has left many Black and Hispanic landlords in serious debt
When it comes to lost rental revenue, large landlords have experienced a greater total loss, but Mom-and-Pop landlords have been impacted more severely because they have less of an ability to weather a loss of rental income.
Afro-Latinos endure racism from in and outside their community
Afro Latinos speak about the embedded racism within the Latino community and how representation and education can help combat colorism.
A celebration of Black trans lives
Event attendees gathered in New York City’s Hudson River Park to hear from community activists, watch live performances and drag shows, eat, dance and socialize.
Brazil’s legacy of racism gets the spotlight in wake of George Floyd’s death
The legacy of racism in Brazil has been brutal.
Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020
More Black Voters are with Bernie
After watching Joe Biden stumble, some Black voters are flocking to Senator Bernie Sanders, who they believe is a better choice for their community.
Where are all the black designers?
The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City has an African American student population of less than seven percent. […]
Four generations witness Inauguration
The majority of the crowd was black. The strong presence proved the significance of the President’s two term hasn’t been lost on the black community.
Hair salon reflects changing neighborhood
Diversity has brought hope and new clients to Crown Heights.
Soul-food diseases afflict black community
Cindy Pratt, like 1.3 million other black people, has diabetes. She was raised on soul food and thinks this has had a major effect on her health.