Jill Scott Gets Real About Black Maternal Health And Black Womanhood During Powerful Podcast

In one of the most heartfelt moments of the listening session, St. Clair is heard on a clip of the podcast episode expressing her frustration over the societal pressure many women face in regards to raising a family. “It’s interesting I would have never thought at this age that I would not have had a… Continue reading Jill Scott Gets Real About Black Maternal Health And Black Womanhood During Powerful Podcast

North Carolina sheriff’s deputy fatally shoots Black man while serving warrant

ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina deputy shot and killed a Black man while serving a search warrant Wednesday, authorities said, spurring an outcry from community members who demanded law enforcement accountability and the immediate release of body camera footage. Authorities wouldn’t provide details of the shooting but an eyewitness said that Andrew… Continue reading North Carolina sheriff’s deputy fatally shoots Black man while serving warrant

Brawl Erupts As Bystanders Aide A Black Woman After Carnival Employee Pushes Her Alongside Two Children

Florida police are getting closer to arresting a carnival worker who was captured on video attacking a Black woman. Opa-locka police department reported the woman was exiting a ferris wheel ride at the Opa-locka Hialeah Flea Market with her two children when a heated verbal altercation with one of the ride’s operators went too far. … Continue reading Brawl Erupts As Bystanders Aide A Black Woman After Carnival Employee Pushes Her Alongside Two Children

Exclusive: ‘Dear Black Women,’ A Letter From Vice President Kamala Harris On Maternal Health

Black women in this country are facing a maternal mortality crisis. Black women die of pregnancy related causes at three times the rate of other women, regardless of income or education levels. And we know the primary reasons why: systemic racial inequities and implicit bias.  Last week, I invited several Black women to the White… Continue reading Exclusive: ‘Dear Black Women,’ A Letter From Vice President Kamala Harris On Maternal Health

Insurer to pay $8M to Black man paralyzed by Iowa officer

An insurer for the City of Cedar Rapids will pay $8 million to a Black motorist who was paralyzed after a white police officer shot him during a 2016 traffic stop, the city announced Monday. The payout will settle a long-running lawsuit brought by Jerime Mitchell, 42, over a shooting that had sparked protests and exposed tensions between… Continue reading Insurer to pay $8M to Black man paralyzed by Iowa officer

Equestrian Kendrick Carmouche To Become First Black Jockey To Race In Kentucky Derby In Nearly A Decade

Kendrick Carmouche is set to race in the annual Kentucky Derby this year, becoming the first Black jockey to ride in the prestigious race since 2013. Kevin Krigger was the last Black equestrian to compete, NPR reported.  Carmouche was introduced to horse racing from his father Sylvester Carmouche Jr. who has been riding professionally since… Continue reading Equestrian Kendrick Carmouche To Become First Black Jockey To Race In Kentucky Derby In Nearly A Decade

Label Black Audio Song | Gupz Sehra | Latest Punjabi Songs 2016 | T-Series Apna Punjab

Presenting GUPZ SEHRA Latest Punjabi Song LABEL BLACK composed by GUPZ SEHRA and penned by BUNNY GILL. Enjoy and stay connected with us!! For Video:- http://bit.ly/2alpuX1 Listen it on iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/in/album/label-black-single/id1136561430?ls=1&app=itunes Listen it on Hungama:- http://bit.ly/2aeefgm Listen it on Gaana:- http://bit.ly/29Ntqiz Listen it on Saavn:- http://bit.ly/2aehlAN Song: LABEL BLACK Singer: GUPZ SEHRA Music: GUPZ SEHRA… Continue reading Label Black Audio Song | Gupz Sehra | Latest Punjabi Songs 2016 | T-Series Apna Punjab

Black Americans experiencing collective trauma, grief

Carlil Pittman knows trauma firsthand. As the co-founder of the Chicago-based youth organization GoodKidsMadCity-Englewood, he grieved the loss of Delmonte Johnson, a young community activist, more than two years ago to the very thing the teen fought fiercely against: gun violence. He’s also been angered and frustrated by the onslaught of stories of Black Americans killed… Continue reading Black Americans experiencing collective trauma, grief

Paulla McCarthy Becomes 1st Black Woman in New York to Own a Spring Water Bottling Plant

10 SHARES ShareTweetSubscribe Paulla McCarthy owns a spring water bottling plant, YSS WaterWorks in upstate New York. McCarthy has made history by becoming the first Black woman to own and operate a bottling plant in the entire state. McCarthy acquired the water plant in October 2020 and an aquifer within 15 acres of land from… Continue reading Paulla McCarthy Becomes 1st Black Woman in New York to Own a Spring Water Bottling Plant

67-Year-Old Black Man Released From Prison After Being Sentenced to 20 Plus Years in Prison For Stealing 2 Shirts

67-year-old Guy Frank has been released from prison after serving 20 years of his sentence after he caught stealing two shirts at a department store. The New Orleans native was struggling with drug addiction and was arrested after taking two shirts at the men’s section of  Saks Fifth Avenue in New Orleans. The shirts were immediately… Continue reading 67-Year-Old Black Man Released From Prison After Being Sentenced to 20 Plus Years in Prison For Stealing 2 Shirts