New Prince Album Highlights Songs He Penned for Other Artists
In honor of what would have been his 61st birthday, Prince’s estate will let the world hear his unreleased “Originals.”
READ: Former CBS Exec Calls Out Racism at Media Giant
Former head of diversity Whitney Davis writes that the company is “fraught with systemic racism, discrimination and sexual harassment.”
Brooklyn's Newest Monument Honors Shirley Chisholm
Chisholm repped Bed-Stuy in Congress. Now, she finally gets her hometown props.
Advocacy Groups Call Out Discriminatory Practices in Federal Employment
The ACLU and the Leadership Conference Education Fund urge the Office of Personnel Management to remove job application questions that they say would negatively impact people with arrest records.
Mexico Sends 15,000 Central American Migrants Home
The increase in deportations is attributed to President Donald Trump’s threat to close the United States-Mexico border.
WATCH: New Doc Takes You Behind Scenes of AOC's Campaign
Netflix documentary “Knock Down the House” follows the grassroots campaigns of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and three other women who ran for Congress in 2018.
Court Blocks Trump Administration's Abortion 'Gag Rule'
A federal judge called the regulation a “ham-fisted approach to public health policy’” that would harm lower-income earning women.
New Documentary Explores Racism in the War on Drugs
Caron Butler’s “The Green Dream” shines a light on the devastation faced by Black and Latinx people who are criminalized for marijuana in record numbers.
Long-Awaited Prince Memoir Gets October Release Date
Fans will get a glimpse into the artist’s personal world via his new book, “The Beautiful Ones.”
The Slants Front Man Pens Artist, Activist Memoir
Simon Tam’s “Slanted: How an Asian-American Troublemaker Took on the Supreme Court” chronicles the fight to trademark the band’s name.
New Study Finds Global Wealth Inequality Is Tied to Climate Change
Wealthy nations are getting richer as countries inhabited by people of color get hotter and more economically disadvantaged, say researchers.
Study Q&A: Report Examines Dangerous Effects of Pretrial Detention
Colorlines talked to the authors—who hail from Vera Institute of Justice and MacArthur Foundation’s Safety and Justice Challenge—about the report’s findings.
'The Curse of La Llorona' Tops Box Office, Draws Criticism for Appropriation
Many criticized Warner Bros. for appropriating Latinx culture in its marketing for the film: “It heightens the fear factor around a traditional practice and commodifies and exploits our culture just to get people to see their movie.”
Flint Residents Get Greenlight to Sue EPA
Thousands have joined a lawsuit that says the federal agency was negligent in its response to the city’s water crisis.
ICYMI: Study Says Artificial Intelligence Industry Must Confront 'Diversity Disaster'
A new study says the artificial intelligence industry—which is overwhelmingly populated by White people and men—is due for a reckoning.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw's Superpowers Shine in 'Fast Color'
Mbatha-Raw: “The idea that we have power within us is something that I’ve always been interested in.”
WATCH: Trailer for Ava Duvernay's 'When They See Us'
The four-part limited Netflix series about the Central Park Five stars a slew of esteemed actors, including Michael K. Williams and John Leguizamo.
Femme It Forward Concerts Showcase Female Empowerment
The “multi-format” event series features Cardi B, Teyana Taylor and City Girl onstage and behind the scenes.
Beyoncé Pens Moving Essay On Michelle Obama for Time's '100 Most Influential People'
“She resembled us and was moving in spaces where, as Black Americans, we weren’t exactly meant to be,” the pop icon wrote about Obama.
DHS Panel Recommends 'Emergency Actions' to Address Migrant Families at Border
Panel of the Homeland Security Advisory Council: “Thousands of migrant children are in danger.”