South Africa will restart the claims process that provides compensation to black families who were illegally removed from their land during white rule. The window for those claims had been shut 16 yea
Olympic and world champion runner Mo Farah has joined the campaign to preserve critical money transfer companies now threatened by big banks which plan to end the service to poor nations such as Somal
A year into his second term, Pres. Obama gave Americans a fresh look at Africa, but the short upbeat visit may not be enough to change old attitudes on Main Street, in the U.S. press and on Capitol Hi
Has America’s criminal justice system inadvertently become a storehouse for people with behavioral health problems?
For Nicole Jarrett, PhD, a senior policy analyst with the Council of State Governmen
After a few days of feeling weak and nauseated, Army veteran Steffani Lynn Yates went to the medical center she trusts with her health care — the McGuire Veterans Administration Medical Cente
For decades now, black women have appeared in music videos degrading themselves to nearly nothing just to make it big. The superficial idea that dancing around to lyrics that label them hoes and tric
Brooklyn, NY, October 11 On November 9, 2007, Felicia Snoop Pearson, recently published author, and star of the acclaimed HBO hit series The Wire will be the featured speaker at The NuLeadership Chal