The unveiling ceremony was held at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Monday.
Earlier this year it was announced that Civil Rights activist Viola Desmond would become the new face of Canada’s $10 bill, and now the bill featuring her image is finally in circulation, the Washington Post reported. Continue reading “Canada’s New $10 Bill With Black Woman Civil Rights Leader Begins Circulation”
When she was in sixth grade, Sandra Parks wrote an award-winning essay about gun violence and crime in her hometown, Milwaukee. Continue reading “Girl Who Wrote Essay on Gun Violence Is Killed by Stray Bullet”
The report revealed an increase in hate crimes that are predominantly race or sexual orientation related.
The FBI’s annual crime report showed an alarming spike in the number of hate crimes since 2017.
Countless news reports reflect the increase in hate crimes over the past year. Most recently, a Black woman was stabbed on a subway by a white man and called a “Black b***h.” Continue reading “Hate Crimes Increased By 17% In 2017 According To FBI Annual Report”
The gubernatorial race between Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp continues one day after the Nov. 6 election. In a conference call to media, Abrams’ team revealed that she will not concede the election to Kemp until all votes are counted. Continue reading “Stacey Abrams could sue Brian Kemp over Election Day issues”
San Francisco Giants legend and Baseball Hall of Famer Willie McCovey died today in a Bay Area hospital after losing what his former team called a “long battle with many health issues.” He was 80 years old. Continue reading “Hall Of Famer Willie McCovey Dies At 80”
As Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams prepares to go head-to-head against Republican challenger Brian Kemp on November 6, she’ll have not just one, but two, special supporters by her side. Continue reading “Oprah Winfrey Joins Stacey Abrams On Campaign Trail”
Kanye West did lunch with President Trump Thursday, but pre-empted the meal with a wildly entertaining and decidedly bizarre press conference in which he covered Superman, the 13th and Second amendment, North Korea and his budding MAGA bromance with the commander in chief. Continue reading “Donald Trump praises Kanye West’s words at White House”
The feeling of inevitability Sunday was surprising. As Tiger Woods was decimating the small field at the Tour Championship to claim his 80th professional victory, ending a five-year winless drought, it felt simultaneously foregone and captivating. Continue reading “Tiger Woods Gets First PGA Tour Victory Since 2013”
Some people never fathomed they would see Colin Kaepernick running back onto the football field again. Well, now the nearly impossible looks as if it could soon become a reality.
The much-maligned former quarterback’s attorney Mark Geragos spoke with TMZ in a live interview and said two NFL teams are interested in signing Kaepernick. Continue reading “When Colin Kaepernick returns to the NFL Who wants him?”
Comedian and talk show host Steve Harvey has become a household name on the radio, big screen and TV. Now the comic is about to lose one of his crowning entertainment jewels, his daytime talk show, “Steve.” The talk show is scheduled to reach its series finally at the end of the year, however, according to The Hollywood Reporter, it has been replaced with a new show in the same slot in some markets. Continue reading “Steve Harvey cancelled and replaced with Kelly Clarkson”