Cracker Barrel has a long history of racism against employees and customers.
The internet’s list of receipts about racism at Cracker Barrel just got longer. A Black man took his complaint about the restaurant to court after he was thrown out of a Cracker Barrel in Cross Lanes, West Virginia. Continue reading “Man Was Thrown Out Of A Cracker Barrel For Just Sitting Down”
LARGO, Fla. — Florida authorities went to a funeral home and used a dead man’s finger to try to unlock his cellphone as part of an investigation.
Thirty-year-old Linus Phillip was killed by a Largo police officer last month after, authorities say, he tried to drive away before an officer could search him. Continue reading “WTF Are they Thinking: Florida Police use dead man’s finger to try to unlock his cellphone”
Atlanta has become a magnet for the tech industry and now there is an exciting opportunity for those holding high school diplomas or a GED. The program is called TechBridge and its mission is to train young adults from the ages of 18-24 in the skills needed in today’s tech environment. Continue reading “Atlanta Councilman Andre Dickens: TechBridge offers free training and jobs”
The police force in California is in hot water yet again, after several officers fired a barrage of shots at a vehicle, killing one man and injuring another woman. Continue reading “Unarmed Father, Diante Yarber, Killed in CA Walmart Parking Lot After Police Fire 30 Shots”
A piece of East Africa is expected to break off the main continent in tens of millions of years. And if you need any proof, look no further than Kenya’s Rift Valley, where a giant, gaping tear opened up following heavy rains and seismic activity, according to Face2Face Africa. Continue reading “Giant Crack Opens Up in Kenya, Continent Might Be Splitting in Two”
A student from Baltimore got accepted to all eight Ivy League schools, a result so unbelievable and impressive that it is very rarely heard of. Continue reading “Baltimore Student Gets Accepted Into Eight Ivy League Schools”
Once upon a time, Saudi Arabia had commercial movie theaters. Hardline Islamic clerics shut them down in the 1970s while rolling out ultraconservative religious laws. This month, the cinema ban will come to an end after more than 35 years. Continue reading “Black Panther becomes first movie publicly shown in Saudi Arabia in 35 years”
They include an abolitionist, suffragette, newspaper editor, entrepreneur, educator, police officer and several musicians — and all are Black women.
They’re among a growing list of nominees suggested as subjects for a monument to honor African-American women in Pittsburgh that will replace a landmark statue of songwriter Stephen Foster that’s sparked controversy for years. Continue reading “Black women lead list to replace controversial statue in Pittsburgh”