National Urban League says the state of Black America is grim

NBC News 06:06 13.04

Figures on Black health disparities, wealth inequality and more "change so little and so slowly," said National Urban League President Marc Morial.


Black Lives Matter leaders condemn allegations of mismanaged funds

NBC News 06:06 13.04

Patrisse Cullors and Melina Abdullah defended BLM's decision to buy a $6 million home in California amid concerns about the organization's finances.


Woman who falsely accused Black teen of stealing her phone pleads guilty to hate crime

The Guardian 21:09 12.04

Plea deal spares Miya Ponsetto of prison after charges from 2020 incident in which she tackled 14-year-old at Manhattan hotel


House G.O.P., Banding Together, Kills Bid to Honor Pioneering Black Judge

NyTimes 21:04 12.04

A right-wing congressman persuaded fellow Republicans to abruptly turn against a routine measure to name a federal courthouse in Florida for a Black State Supreme Court justice.


Black Artists Lead Turner Prize Shortlist

NyTimes 15:06 12.04

This year’s nominees include a sculptor, a photographer and an artist who created a 31-foot statue of a dollop of whipped cream, with a fly on it.


THE BLACK CROWES To Release '1972' Covers EP In May

Blabber 12:13 12.04

THE BLACK CROWES will release a new Amazon Original EP, "1972", on May 4. A tribute to the 50th anniversary of some of the best rock and roll during its prime, the project was recorded at the Suns...


USC launches high school program to diversify the architecture field

NBC News 12:06 12.04

Paul R. Williams was California’s first accredited Black. >Black. /a> architect. Williams became the most influential Black. >Black. /a> architect of the 20th century, designing the homes of America’s biggest celebrities, often in neighborhoods where he wasn’t allowed to own property himself. Today, just 2 percent of American architects are Black. >Black. /a> . This led the University of Southern California to launch a new program for high schoolers allowing them to create and complete design projects.


Miya Ponsetto pleads guilty to hate crime after accusing Black teen of stealing phone

NBC News 12:06 12.04

Miya Ponsetto can have the charge reduced to a misdemeanor if she steers clear of trouble for 2 years.


Woman Pleads Guilty to Tackling Black Teen at SoHo Hotel

NyTimes 12:05 12.04

Miya Ponsetto admitted to committing a hate crime in the 2020 episode, parts of which were captured in a widely seen video.


John Oliver Blackmails Congress With Their Own Digital Data

Rolling Stone 12:02 12.04

The ‘Last Week Tonight’ host paid shady brokers for lawmakers’ digital histories — promising not to release the info so long as Congress passes legislation protecting all consumer…


"It really upset me, and it really affected me": the story of Johnny Cash's haunting Hurt

Louder 06:14 11.04

Johnny Cash's iconic version of Nine Inch Nails’ Hurt was nothing if not unlikely, but the Man In Black was no stranger to unlikely cover versions


‘There’s lots of anger still’: locals in key NSW seat of Gilmore remain split on Morrison

The Guardian 21:14 10.04

Still reeling from the Black Summer bushfires, Gilmore is one of the few seats the Liberals could win off Labor but the PM is proving divisive


Save Venice Returns to New York for 50th Anniversary

Rolling Stone 21:02 10.04

Guests donned extravagant looks for the organization’s black-tie ball at Cipriani South Street.


‘Black carbon’ threat to Arctic as sea routes open up with global heating

The Guardian 18:12 10.04

As climate crisis allows new maritime routes to be used, sooty shipping emissions accelerates ice melt and risk to ecosystems


Spelman, Morehouse alumni create HBCU collection for Ralph Lauren

NBC News 15:10 10.04

Two graduates of HBCUs created a collection that celebrates the ways Black college communities have long found solace in education and fashion.


‘Told It Like It Was’: Ntozake Shange’s Tales of Black Womanhood

NyTimes 15:08 10.04

New s.jsp?otsikko=As">As ‘For New s.jsp?otsikko=Colored">Colored New s.jsp?otsikko=Girls’">Girls’ returns to the New York stage, we look at how the show found its way from a Bay Area bar to Broadway in 1976.


Brit drives ambulances and two tonnes of medical supplies to Ukraine

The Independent 15:07 10.04

Charles Blackmore, who is the CEO of Audere International, said he and his friend received an ‘incredible reception’.


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