Raven-Symoné Unique Nicole/Getty Images Raven-Symoné is clarifying a headline-making comment she made in 2014. On Tuesday, the former Disney Channel star shared a new episode of her podcast Tea Time With Raven and Miranda, in which she recalled receiving hate a decade . . .

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says upcoming U.S.-China talks will tackle a top Biden administration complaint that Beijing’s economic model and trade practices put American companies and workers at an unfair competitive disadvantage By FATIMA HUSSEIN and KEN MORITSUGU Associated Press April 5, 2024, 11:27 PM ET • 4 min read GUANGZHOU, China — U.S. […]

We are good people, but we’ve been listening to leaders who often tell us what we want to hear rather than the way things are. Exploitation is not representation. It is often the first step to tyranny. Will I be able to write to you freely in four years, or will my words be suppressed […]

Daniel A. Moore Sr., who created a pioneering African American history museum in Atlanta when such initiatives were rare, died on March 4 in Decatur, Ga. He was 88. His death, in a hospital, was confirmed by his son Dan Moore Jr. Mr. Moore started his eclectic collection of artifacts in 1978 and in 1984 […]

Huang Jingwen/Xinhua/AP Chinese leader Xi Jinping meets with US CEOs and academics at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 27, 2024. Editor’s Note: Sign up for CNN’s Meanwhile in China newsletter

In 2022, the median usual weekly earnings of an African American full-time employee in the United States amounted to 878 U.S. dollars. Dollar value is based on 2022 U.S. dollars. In 1979, the median weekly earnings of African American full-time employees was 751 constant 2022 U.S. dollars. Median weekly earnings of Black and African Americans […]

BERKLEY, Michigan   –   “We all win when there is diversity because diversity makes us all better,” said U.S. Army Maj. Clarence Black, plans and operations officer for the 364th Theater Public Affairs Support Element. He is personally ensuring that his community has more diverse leaders while making history as the first African American elected […]

Rediscovering Black History: The blog of the Black History Guide, shares records relating to the African American experience at the National Archives AOTUS: Celebrating Black History Month: Hidden Gems AOTUS: Celebrating Black History Month 

By Tashi McQueenAFRO Political Terri Sewell holding Black Voters Matter sign on Election Day 2020. Photo courtesy of NNPA Newswire A new report shows that roughly 25 million Black and Latino voters are out of reach when it comes to communicating essential information during crucial election years. The report, titled “Surfacing Missing Voters: Addressing […]

Claim: A black-and-white photo that circulated on social media in March 2024 showed a Japanese American girl pledging allegiance to the U.S. flag before being incarcerated with her family during World War II. Rating: On March 8, 2024, Reddit account phoeebsy uploaded a black-and-white photo of what appeared to be a young girl taking part […]

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