While death is inevitably a part of life, that truth doesn’t make it any easier to say goodbye to those who have died in our Black culture. The post Rest In Power: Notable Black Folks Who We’ve Lost In 2024 appeared first on Black America Web.
Inside are select short and rare clips of Malcolm X speaking that we hope will inspire you as they have inspired many of us. The post Malcolm X In His Own Words: Rare Video Of El Hajj Malik El Shabazz That Is Still Relevant Today appeared first on NewsOne.
Actress Malinda Williams and her Arise And Shine Foundation are birthing tomorrow's female computer programmers with a HBCU coding bootcamp. The post Sisters Are Doin’ It! Actress Malinda Williams Launches HBCU Coding Bootcamp For Women appeared first on Black America Web.
me too. International announced the launch of its new initiative "Love Letters," which will focus on supporting survivors of sexual violence. The post me too. Launches ‘Love Letters’ Campaign With Heartfelt Message To Black Men appeared first on NewsOne.
In 109 minutes, 'Bob Marley: One Love' depicts what made him a legend in reggae and life, yet skims over his trials, tribulations and trysts. The post ‘Bob Marley: One Love’ Review: A Legendary Life Told In Cinematic Cliffs Notes appeared first on Black America Web.
Valentine's Day can be incredibly difficult for singles, fortunately, it doesn't have to be. Check out six things single people can do to celebrate. The post Six Things Single’s Can Do on Valentine’s Day appeared first on Black America Web.
Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday and Christians across the globe are entering the Season of Lent: The 40 days of prayer, self-sacrifice, and fasting in preparation for Holy Week and Easter. As you begin to think of things to consciously give up during this season, it’s always good to reflect on why you and remember these […]
A study found that Black travelers expressed dissatisfaction with how the travel industry promotes itself as inclusive. The post Black Travelers Want Authentic Experiences That Embrace Intersecting Identities, Study Suggests appeared first on NewsOne.
Microaggressions are subtle, often unintentional comments, snubs, or actions that communicate derogatory or negative messages towards marginalized groups. The post What Are Racial Microaggressions? How To Recognize Subtle Racism appeared first on NewsOne.