One of St. Louis' top law enforcement officials made a personal plea to his fellow African-Americans to stop killing each other.
Some White folks will make Black people the scapegoat for anything if you let them.
Tony Schwartz, Donald Trump's ghostwriter, concluded that the president is in part “awed” and “frightened” of Black people like Lavar Ball.
A billboard in Atlanta is causing some heads to turns on a morning commute to work. A number of signs down I-285, including one off of Redwine Road and another near Conley Road, display big white words reading “BLACK PEOPLE ARE BEING PUSHED OUT OF ATLANTA”. The signs are linked to a documentary called Gentrified produced by […]
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Bruno Mars is known for having his music touch people from all over the world, but that hasn't pulled him away from his roots.
Chef Armand Appling alleges that his former boss and Nevada dude ranch owner Madeleine Pickens asked him to make "black people food" in a federal racial discrimination lawsuit. The African-American chef, who was fired in 2014, also claims Pickens hurled degratory insults at a Black employee.
The reality star and Trump campaign's director of African-American outreach said she wants African-Americans to “educate” White folks.
Although David Banner was anti-Donald Trump throughout the duration of this year's election, the producer has had a sudden change of heart.
Lil Boosie was caught by TMZ and asked about what he thought it would take to mend African American/police relations. His solution to ending police brutality…watch below.
The Chicago rapper appeared on Comedy Central's The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore to discuss Jesse Williams' BET Awards speech and the backlash surrounding Justin Timberlake's Twitter support.
The video, which features Black BuzzFeed employees presenting questions that seem to perpetuate sweeping generalizations and inaccurate stereotypes, starts off satirical, but ends up looking like a bunch of people confused about the role racism plays in most of the questions, putting the onus on Black people -- not systemic oppression -- to answer.