Florida Pardons the Groveland Four: Black Men Wrongly Convicted Of Raping...

Florida’s new governor and the state’s cabinet voted unanimously to pardon the “Groveland Four” this week. By Paula Rogo, Essence Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and the...

Democrats Offer Republicans Wire Hangers, Bleach After Vote To Ban Early...

Georgia’s controversial House Bill 481 would outlaw abortions from the moment a fetus’ heartbeat is detected. By Nina Golgowski, Huffington Post The day after a Georgia...

Attorney General Raoul Joins Multistate Amicus Brief Challenging Federal Government’s “Turnback...

Attorney General Kwame Raoul joined a multistate amicus brief in support of a lawsuit brought by nonprofit legal services provider Al Otro Lado, challenging...

Lyft driver accused of forcibly removing college student from car for...

By Hope Schreiber, Yahoo Lifestyle A student at the University of Albany was left shaken after her Lyft driver allegedly attempted to forcibly remove her...

HAVE A BRAVE AND DISCERNING NEW YEAR

Some people who have studied world history may wonder how Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party were able to hoodwink a whole nation into...

CSU President Zaldwaynaka Scott joins JB Pritzker Educational Success Committee

Committee will support and advise Governor-elect on K-12 and higher education policy areas Illinois Governor-elect J.B. Pritz- ker has named Chicago State University President Zaldwaynaka (“Z”)...

Deadline arrives for ‘Empire’ actor to pay Chicago $130K

Thursday is the deadline for "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett to pay the city of Chicago more than $130,000. Last week, the city sent Smollett a...

Transracial Couple Believes Their Baby Will Be Born Black

The White couple believe they will have a “milk chocolate” baby. By Christina Santi, Ebony Matrina Big and Michael Eurwen, a White German couple who receive...

Clerk Dorothy Brown hosts ‘Salute to Outstanding Women in Music &...

Kim Stratton, Dee Alexander, Terisa Griffin, Jackie Taylor and Regina Taylor among the honored The Honorable Dorothy Brown, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook...

By Erick Johnson Last summer, a group of Black women took a tour of Oak Woods Cemetery to view the final resting places of some...