Olympic Hopeful Noah Lyles Runs with BLM Message

The raised black fist encased by the black glove said it all. As Olympic hopeful Noah Lyles stepped up to the starting line of the 100-meter final this weekend, his message was clear, "Black Lives Matter." The salute to Olympians past and to present-day social...

The Democrats’ Filibuster Dilemma

As the U.S. Senate prepares to hold a procedural vote today on the "For the People" voting rights bill, there is also the lifting of the veil regarding the use of the filibuster. Conversation about the filibuster has amped up this year as a result of the shift in...

Black Man Dies After Being Hit By Police Car

Springfield, Ohio police officer Amanda Rosales has been placed on paid administrative leave after she ran over a Black shooting victim who called 911 for help. The man, Eric Cole, died shortly afterward. Cole called 911 at 11:15 p.m. the night of Sunday, June 3,...

Juneteenth is a Start. What About Real Freedom?

This year's Juneteenth celebration kicked off with a presidential signing, making it the federal holiday, Juneteenth National Independence Day. In celebrating or even acknowledging Juneteenth, millions have learned about the day, June 19, 1865, when all enslaved...