What to the Slave is the Fourth July

“Go where you may, search where you will, roam through all the monarchies and despotisms of the old world, travel through South America, search out every abuse, and when you have found the last, lay your facts by the side of the everyday practices of this nation, and you will say with me, that, for revolting barbarity and shameless hypocrisy, America reigns without a rival.” […]


Fear of A Black Planet: White People Becoming Minorities in America Sooner Than Expected, New Census Data Confirms

      Amid all the tangible change happening in America along racial lines, there is one transformation that may not be as immediately visible to the naked eye — the ongoing “browning” of this nation’s citizens. While it has already been reported that white people were edging toward living in a country in which they would not be the majority, new data shows that may happen a lot sooner than expected. […]


Black Women founders bring COVID-19 Screening Stations to Schools, Offices, Prisons and more

Two entrepreneurs – Lynda M. Dorman, CEO and Carolyn E. Howell, President of Orange Wall Enterprises – have made history as the first Black women to sign a distribution and licensing deal for autonomous screening stations that recognize the initial symptoms of COVID-19. These stations, produced stations, produced by Promobot, a Robotics and AI Technology company, are being installed in high traffic areas such as office buildings, prisons, schools, college campuses, healthcare facilities, places of worship, transportation stations, movie theaters, museums, or anywhere people gather. […]

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 Justice for Breonna Taylor

There are so many things America needs to improve on. Without us Black people using our voice, there will never be improvement or change. We have to keep protesting and speaking out. I don’t know about you, but I have had enough of being oppressed and not being treated equally. This injustice needs to stop! […]

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Wearing a mask could save your life

My sister Azaria and I have spent  a lot of time home these past few months, but, when we do go somewhere with our parents we wear a mask over our nose and mouths to protect us from the coronavirus. The news says that particles of COVID-19 can spread through the air and enter the openings on our face. Even though they can be itchy and uncomfortable, it’s super important that everyone wears a mask when they are out in public. […]