Indian Tribes Dig In to Gain Their Share of Sports Betting | The New York Times

State officials from California to Connecticut spent last week maneuvering for control of the tens.

America’s first black female governor? Stacey Abrams: ‘You don’t tell yourself no’ | The Guardian

For Stacey Abrams to become the first black female governor – and in Georgia, no.

Is It Time for the Black Brazilian Billionaire? | OZY

It’s midday on a Saturday in Rio’s north side neighborhood of Madureira, and the AfroAtitude.

Life Before Coffee | The Atlantic

In the United States Barista Championship, baristas have 15 minutes to make and serve espressos,.

Discovering History and Art in the David C. Driskell Papers’ Photos

The David C. Driskell Center team has been making steady progress in its Institution of.

John Legend Explains How Cash Bail Traps People of Color | Colorlines

Racial justice organization Color of Change calls for the end of cash bail practices in.

An Epic Supreme Court Decision on Employment | The Atlantic

False dichotomy, meretricious piety, and pay-no-attention-to-that-man-behind-the-curtain misdirection are vital arrows in the quiver of any.

The Historical Roots of Blues Music | Black Perspectives

Contrary to what some people believe, the blues is not “slave music.” Although it was.

Dovey Johnson Roundtree, Barrier-Breaking Lawyer, Dies at 104 | The New York Times

Facebook0 Twitter0 Mail Margalit Fox, The New York Times Dovey Johnson Roundtree outside the United.

Black higher education after the Civil War | The Weekly Challenger

In chapter XIV entitled “Philanthropy and Self-Help,” the authors conclude that the rapid political gains.