An African-American waitress received an inspiring note from three White male customers during inauguration weekend in Washington, D.C. The message included the words "not race, not gender, just American."
Instead of watching the orange one lift his hand to pledge allegiance to the presidency, here's 5 things Black people can do to make January 20th a little less painful.
After the utter media frenzy that occurred last month when Kanye West arrived at Trump Tower for a one-on-one meeting with PEOTUS Donald Trump and them being described as friends, many thought that ‘Ye would be one of the first people that the Trump staffers asked to perform at the inauguration. Well despite having extreme […]
To soothe any doubts, the 41st wrote a letter filled to the brink with eloquent shade and declined the invitation to inauguration.
The Talladega College Marching Tornadoes have raised more than $500,000 on their GoFundMe page to cover inauguration expenses after the band from the small and historically Black institution in Alabama took major heat for agreeing to perform at Donald Trump's inaugural parade.
Talladega College, Alabama's oldest historically Black liberal arts college, came under fire after its marching band accepted an invitation to perform at Donald Trump's inauguration.