What to know about the coronavirus pandemic.
Kick off the new year right with healthy meals.
Kick off the new year with some new moves.
This could be her second big loss in a month.
Addressing systemic racism to be a priority from the start.
The former first lady wore a look by Sergio Hudson.
His heroic and valiant efforts led to a new job.
The commissioner weighs in about the NBA and COVID-19.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris take office hoping to repair the damage done by Donald Trump’s divisive speeches, willful spread of disinformation and downplaying of a global pandemic.
Derrick Johnson, President and CEO of the NAACP, lists the key issues the Biden-Harris administration should address, including racial equity and student debt, to bridge the gap in America.
LaTosha Brown, founder of Black Voters Matter, discusses what kind of impact Vice President-elect Kamala Harris could have on helping to dismantle white supremacy.
The presidential inauguration is on January 20, 2021.
Marc Morial, President and CEO of the National Urban League, discusses Joe Biden’s first 100 days, his plan to prioritize racial justice and why he should use coalitions to build consensus.
We Did That honors HBCU alumni who became political leaders.
Representative Maxine Waters looks back on President Trump’s legacy of white supremacy and explains how public officials can respond to police brutality.
Lena Waithe made history at the 2017 Emmys.
She is a part of the ‘Squad’ in the U.S. Congress.
Our former FLOTUS embodies grace, intelligence and empathy.
The tennis star has been a trend-setter and trailblazer.
Simone Biles has flipped her way into the history books.
Jeanette J. Epps is out of this world.
The 29-year-old joined the Boston Red Sox team.
In the 2020 election, Bush beat 10-term incumbent Lacy Clay.
Jenkins was elected to the Minneapolis City Council.
Viola Davis is one of the most decorated actresses.
Ava DuVernay continues to be a trailblazing filmmaker.
Lynch was sworn in as the first Black woman U.S. AG in 2015.
The artist who painted Michelle Obama makes her mark.
Her designs brought Wakanda to life in “Black Panther.”
Laverne Cox is breaking barriers for the LGBTQIA community.