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Slavery Was Just Officially Outlawed In Colorado

Only 65 percent of Colorado voters voted in favor of the amendment.
Vinciane Ngomsi
 • 2 months ago

Meet The 'Hidden Figure' Who Helped Measure The Distance Between The Earth And The Moon

Walker's team worked on a ruby laser that's still used to this very day.
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • 2 months ago

Letitia 'Tish' James Makes History As New York's First Black Attorney General

James becomes the first Black person and woman of color voted into the post.
Vinciane Ngomsi
 • 2 months ago

Andrew Gillum Concedes To Ron DeSantis: 'We Still Deserve A Seat At The Table'

The Florida governor hopeful lost his race by less than 1 percent.
Vinciane Ngomsi
 • 2 months ago

Stacey Abrams Vows To Remain In Gubernatorial Race: 'We Are Still on the Verge of History'

Abrams looks to become the first Black woman governor in the United States.
Vinciane Ngomsi
 • 2 months ago

A Black Woman Was Found Preserved In A 150-Year-Old Iron Coffin. Now Scientists Know Who She Was, And How She Died.

Her name was Martha Peterson, and she lived and worked in New York.
Ashleigh Atwell
 • 3 months ago

DNA Test Finds Muhammad Ali Was The Great-Great-Great Grandson Of A Heroic Escaped Slave

The heavyweight champ is linked to Archer Alexander, who warned Union troops of a Confederate trap.
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • 4 months ago

Jesse Williams Explains Controversial Nike-Inspired Promo For His New Emmett Till Movie

No. Nope. Nah.
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • 4 months ago

Harlem Dance Pioneer Arthur Mitchell Dead At 84

Mitchell was the first black principal dancer to be hired by New York City Ballet choreographer George Balanchine in 1955.
Ashleigh Atwell
 • 4 months ago

Activists Remember A Full Page NYT Ad 1,600 Black Women Signed In Support Of Anita Hill Ahead Of Kavanaugh Hearings

Now more than ever, Hill's case is extra relevant.
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • 4 months ago

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