What’s at Stake for Young Black Voters in the 2020 U.S. Election?

Black youth want progression, not just reform in order to protect their future. At an October town hall, college student Cedric Humphrey asked Biden, “Many people believe the true swing voters in this election will be Black voters under 30 – not because they’re voting for Trump, but because they won’t vote at all. Besides […]


Nike’s Black Lives Matter Contradiction Is Most Clear With U.S. Olympian Gwen Berry

These days, Black athletes protesting against racial injustice are widely accepted across sports leagues. Unfortunately however, many of the sponsors and corporations who appear to support players’ protests publicly, are still silencing Black athletes behind the scenes, and weaponizing their power against them. There’s no better example of this corporate double standard than with Nike. […]


Jaden Smith starts Snapchat’s ‘The Solution Committee’ Series To Help Young Activists

“Historically people between the ages of 18 to 23 have been less likely to vote. This is because a lot of young people feel like they don’t have the information or know where to get it. This show is about educating the youth and making sure they feel empowered and ready to vote,” Jaden Smith […]


Juneteenth Black Art Google Doodle to celebrate the 155th Anniversary

Google has designed a video Doodle to celebrate the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth’s emancipation holiday. The video uses the first verse of the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” also know as “The Black National Anthem.” Google’s commemoration honors the end of slavery in the US. The video depicts the works of African American artist Loveis Wise, music […]


Prime Minister Trudeau sets $221M for Black Entrepreneurship Program

Introducing Canada’s first-ever Black Entrepreneurship Program. Prime Minister Trudeau has made history, along with the directions of Black business organizations and Black business owners and organizations. Canadian Black business owners are getting a cool $221 million business loan program. The goal is to foster growth over the next 4 years. who have been disproportionately affected by […]


Queen Bey Donates $1 Million to Aid Black-Owned Businesses

If Black is King then Black business is Queen. Beyoncé has once again put her money where her heart is. The superstar intends to give an additional $1 million in assistance, for Black-owned businesses suffering due to the global pandemic. The Black-Owned Small Business Impact Fund has already received a donation from the Queen R&B sensation. This organization is […]

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How to Deal with Sexism in Your Church

Not long ago, I served on an advisory board for a Christian organization. After a morning of listening to departmental reviews from operational staff, I shared my opinion on the notable differences in the last two presentations with a fellow male board member. Sally, I’ll call her, gave a warm interpersonal overview of her journey […]

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WHERE ARE THE AUNTIES? Praying for White Supremacists

I decided to get in a quick power walk at our local park before church on this past Sunday—the day after the white supremacist violence erupted in Charlottesville. After my walk, I stopped briefly at a local store to pick up some toiletries. As I walked down the shower gel aisle, I passed a young […]


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