Gerald Moore Sr.: Committed to Preparing Black Boys For Careers in STEM

BE Modern Man: Gerald Moore Sr. Cyber-security engineer, entrepreneur, author; 47; Founder, Gerald Moore Online Technology School for Black Boys Twitter: @geraldmoore360; Instagram: @geraldmooreunplugged My latest startup is the Gerald Moore Online Technology School...

WATCH | Black folks get quizzed on the Civil Rights Act of 1866

Byron Allen’s  racial discrimination case will be heard in the Supreme Court on November 12th. The media mogul who owns Entertainment Studios, The Weather Channel and theGrio, alleges that Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications are discriminating against him due to...

Hundreds expected in Louisiana for reenactment of largest slave revolt in U.S. history

Hundreds are expected to gather in southeast Louisiana this week for a reenactment honoring the largest slave rebellion in American history. According to the Associated Press, Friday’s demonstration will be the first of its kind with re-enactors planning to marching...

Natural Hair Experts Talk Discrimination And The CROWN Act

Five years ago when Susan L. Peterkin started the Natural Hair Industry Convention (NHIC) it was to fill a void in the industry. Natural hair, and the business of natural hair—including styling, braiding, and hair care—was being treated like an afterthought in...

Kansas City Votes to Remove Martin Luther King Jr.’s Name From Historic Boulevard

Since his assassination in 1968, more than a thousand streets have been named after Martin Luther King Jr. But after over a year of disputes and hostility, one city where you’ll no longer find a boulevard honoring the civil rights icon is in Kansas City, Mo. New York...

Dems Score Big Victories in 2019 Election As Civil Rights Groups Prepare Black Voters For 2020

Democrats emerged victorious in key races in Kentucky and Virginia during yesterday’s off-year election. And, as voters nationwide went to the polls in a series of state and municipal contests, it became evident that this election cycle also served as a leading...

Born to Fly: This Flight Program Is Giving Black Children Access to the Sky

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 9 percent of all commercial aircraft pilots in the U.S. are women and less than 3 percent are black. Let that sink in. Courtland Savage, a former navy pilot and current commercial airline pilot, hopes to change these...

NEWS & EVENTS

Diddy Responds to Racism Allegations Against Revolt TV CEO

Diddy Responds to Racism Allegations Against Revolt TV CEO

A former staffer accused Revolt TV CEO Roma Khanna of racism. On Tuesday, Revolt founder, Diddy said his company has a “zero-tolerance” policy when it comes to discrimination of any kind. The mogul made the statement in response to claims of Revolt CEO Roma Khanna...

Nicki Minaj Appears To Have Soft Spot For Judge Genece Brinkley

Nicki Minaj Appears To Have Soft Spot For Judge Genece Brinkley

In one of the many standout moments in Nick Minaj‘s July cover story with ELLE, the Queens superstar faced a question regarding her ex-boyfriend, Meek Mill. While it is somewhat hard to determine, it appears that Minaj had a soft spot for Judge Genece Brinkley and...

Factory Issues Reportedly Delay Yeezy Releases

Factory Issues Reportedly Delay Yeezy Releases

Three anticipated Yeezy releases have reportedly been delayed due to factory production issues. Impacted sneakers include the 'Sesame' and 'Cream White' Yeezy Boost 350 V2s and the 'Wave Runner' Yeezy Boost 700. ...Read More » Source:: Solecollector | #XQZT...