Remarks by President Obama on July 19 regarding the Trayvon Martin ruling.
What happens when Black Twitter responds to Paula Deen’s call for her favorite pot luck dish? Pure comedy.
Yesterday, the city of Detroit filed for bankruptcy, making it the largest U.S. municipal bankruptcy case ever.
As people continue to process George Zimmerman’s “Not Guilty” verdict, Fruitvale Station, directed by Ryan Coogler reminds many that Trayvon Martin’s senseless murder is not an isolated incident. Coogler spoke to UPTOWN one on one about Oscar, Trayvon and making Fruitvale Station.
His on-going legal troubles have caused sponsors to pull out of Chris Brown music festival in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
There is one thing that we will never understand about some of them: Why do whites get angry when Blacks lament about racism and injustice?
This week in celebrity quotes, Beyoncé reads a fan at a concert, Bill Maher gets real about the George Zimmerman trial, and Adrienne Bailon discusses ratchet tattoos.
A teen who tweeted an offensive statement about Trayvon Martin learned the hard way this week that social media can have professional consequences, when a Michigan company took immediate action and terminated her before she had even begun her new job.
For over four hundred years, the image of the black man in America has been carefully crafted against him. Today, black men remain in the cross-hairs of a centuries-old dialogue about how to see them and how to subdue them. The American psyche has been terrorized by this long ago laboratory-created monster. And it followed Trayvon Martin home that night alongside George Zimmerman.