LAST WEEK, the fear that two black men would siphon free WiFi, jazz, and bathroom breaks from a Philadelphia Starbucks drove the coffee shop’s manager to call local law enforcement for backup, creating yet one more media spectacle highlighting the disparate treatment of black Americans in the criminal justice system.Read More
Dan Reichard’s fifth-grade class settles into its morning routine: math problems, a song, the recital of the class creed.
“What do we strive to become each and every day?” asks Reichard, 28, a teacher at Kate Waller Barrett Elementary School in Stafford, Va. “One family,” the students yell back.Read More
U Kansas Sophomore gives voice to black students through Black on Campus Program.Read More
The Nation recently launched a student journalism program that provides training and mentoring opportunities for Black student journalists while giving them a platform to document the lived experiences of Black students on campus.Read More
(CNN)Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-Louisiana, said Tuesday that some members of the Congressional Black Caucus will boycott President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address, while others "will stare racism in the face" by attending the speech.Read More