Tag: Civil Rights & Social Justice

Biden’s Pledge To Appoint A Black Woman To Supreme Court Shows Their Growing Political Power

As he struggled to survive the 2020 Democratic primary, Joe Biden made a striking pledge before voting began in heavily African American, must-win South Carolina: His first Supreme Court appointment would be a Black woman. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM & TWITTER. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE.… Continue Reading “Biden’s Pledge To Appoint A Black Woman To Supreme Court Shows Their Growing Political Power”

Woman Catches White Colleagues Saying Black People “Smell” & That Black Girls “Don’t Wash Their Hair”

Things can get tough for Black people in the workplace on many levels, especially those who have to deal with racial microaggressions from coworkers. Unfortunately a 25-year-old Black woman from England experienced that the hard way after catching the caucasian employees at her management… Continue Reading “Woman Catches White Colleagues Saying Black People “Smell” & That Black Girls “Don’t Wash Their Hair””

White Wyoming Deputy Fired By State’s First Black Sheriff For Years Of Racism

Karma is definitely not something that any of us should mess with, especially when you’re the one in the wrong for, say, being a racist authority figure. Justice was truly served in Wyoming recently when the state’s first Black sheriff made an applaud-worthy decision… Continue Reading “White Wyoming Deputy Fired By State’s First Black Sheriff For Years Of Racism”

VIDEO: White Mom Feels Free To Say N-Word Repeatedly At School Board Meeting: “This Happens to Be In Every Song!”

Another “public comment” portion of a school board meeting has gone viral, this time for a white woman repeatedly using the N-word while venting frustration over her son’s suspension for using the epithet on Snapchat. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM & TWITTER. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE.… Continue Reading “VIDEO: White Mom Feels Free To Say N-Word Repeatedly At School Board Meeting: “This Happens to Be In Every Song!””

‘Asian Karen’ Caught On Camera Digging Through Black Customer’s Pockets In ‘Alleged’ Racial Profiling Incident

One doesn’t necessarily need to be white in order to be racist, therefore one doesn’t need to be a white woman to be a Karen. If you’re Black in America, there’s a likelihood that you’ve been followed around grocery stores, bodegas, department stores and… Continue Reading “‘Asian Karen’ Caught On Camera Digging Through Black Customer’s Pockets In ‘Alleged’ Racial Profiling Incident”

Death Rate Of Black Children Increased By 17% During The Pandemic: Report

For a child to lose their life for any reason is an immense tragedy in itself, but hearing that our Black boys and girls are dying at increasing rates brings things to a different level of disturbing. New data suggests that child welfare services… Continue Reading “Death Rate Of Black Children Increased By 17% During The Pandemic: Report”

‘Unbought And Unbossed’ At 50: Shirley Chisholm Continues To Inspire Black Women In Politics

Source: Leif Skoogfors / Getty Fifty years since Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm announced her run for president, she remains a shining example for Black women in politics and beyond. More than simply a campaign slogan, “unbought and unbossed” has become a mantra for Black women… Continue Reading “‘Unbought And Unbossed’ At 50: Shirley Chisholm Continues To Inspire Black Women In Politics”

Black Women-Led Organizations Launch Reproductive Justice Agenda On 49th Anniversary of Roe. v. Wade

Source: ALEX EDELMAN / Getty As the country commemorates what could be the last anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade, Black women remain focused on pushing forward. A coalition of Black women-led organizations and supporters published an advertisement in the… Continue Reading “Black Women-Led Organizations Launch Reproductive Justice Agenda On 49th Anniversary of Roe. v. Wade”

Former Cop Turned Arizona Legislator Wants People To Get Permission Before Filming Police

Source: KingWu / Getty The Arizona legislative cycle just started, and a Republican legislator wants to make it illegal for people to record the police with limited exceptions. The AZ Mirror reported Rep. John Kavanagh, a former Port Authority officer in New York and… Continue Reading “Former Cop Turned Arizona Legislator Wants People To Get Permission Before Filming Police”

Statue Celebrating The Legacy Of Trailblazer Harriet Tubman Unveiled In Philadelphia

Source: Universal History Archive / Getty The resilience and bravery of trailblazing abolitionist Harriet Tubman will reverberate for generations to come, and the city of Philadelphia is immortalizing her legacy through the addition of a monument, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. Daily News | Temporary… Continue Reading “Statue Celebrating The Legacy Of Trailblazer Harriet Tubman Unveiled In Philadelphia”