High-school dropouts face increasing competition for work, according to new study
‘Students are taught … largely from a white, western European perspective’
ACORN whistle-blower, former Obama voter: ‘It’s time to stop voting on color’ [VIDEO]
Number of people identifying themselves as black and white also doubled in past 10 years
Washington Post: ‘Strongly favorable’ view drops from 83 percent to 58 percent in five months
The Philadelphia mayor is daring to speak the truth about the state of America’s black youth.
Did welfare reform cause “black flight”?
U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson is a former Navy officer and has his own medical story
‘Our goal is to cover more stories of importance to the black community’
Alito to skip Obama’s next State of the Union
Are Republicans wasting their time trying to win over the black community?
Hoping to portray themselves as more affordable and all-around better neighbors, private colleges from Appalachia to Boston are sweetening financial aid packages for students from their own backyards
The gap has nearly doubled since the president’s inauguration last January
People in this Russian town used to stare at Jean Gregoire Sagbo because they had never seen a black man
The former USDA official also said that the President did not apologize for her termination
Sherrod said her remarks were part of a larger story about learning from her mistakes and racial reconciliation
Voters in South Carolina nominated a black Republican lawmaker for an open congressional seat Tuesday, rejecting a legendary political name
Rep. Parker Griffith, who switched last year from Democrat to Republican, lost to a Tea Party-backed candidate in the GOP primary. Rep. Artur Davis was seeking to become state’s first black governor’s nominee
An achievement of the Tea Party Movement occurred at a time when its demographics couldn’t be more visibly noted. Why the movement has to move past its parameters if it really wants to change America and her spending ways starting in Black History Month.