In this op-ed, writer Vanessa Taylor reports on how a Yemeni bodega boycott of the New York Post is a reaction to the publication’s coverage of Ilhan Omar.
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Essence could have chosen to critically engage Kamala Harris’ campaign as way to actually support and serve black women.
50 Radical Ideas: Let’s rethink the institutions and laws that shape our world.
Even as laws change in regards to marijuana, black folks still find themselves being left behind.
Lori Lightfoot’s identity is being celebrated. But activists warn about her politics.
The Congresswoman shares empathy and insight at a service policy hearing.
Black women are not the wet nurses for wanna-be woke whiteness. Our politics are not new, magical or here to serve white people.
We are taking matters into our own hands and asserting the political power that we’ve always possessed.
Alone in his stand, Weldon Heyburn despised that Robert E. Lee would be memorialized with a statue in the U.S. Capitol