“Black graduation is where African-American graduating students come together to be celebrated and supported by their peers, faculty members, family, and friends,” writes 2018 Drexel grad Chè Benjamin.
As college acceptance letters begin trickling in this spring, Mali Dandridge turns to her mom for advice on what to expect in college.
Inspired by Colin Kaepernick, a Bay Area high school cheerleading squad begins taking a knee during the national anthem, despite backlash from coaches and spectators.
I’m African — a first generation Eritrean immigrant. But my parents tell me, I’m not black
In my family’s minds, muscles are a kind of insurance policy against the dangers black men face.
Another African American was killed. This time by a Charlotte, North Carolina police officer Betty Shelby. Officer Shelby turned herself in…
Eighty seven percent of black people in America are religious, but I’m not one of them. Like your typical black…