To celebrate Caribbean Heritage Month, Nia West-Bey reflects on role of people of West Indian heritage, including her own relatives, in movements for social justice and Black liberation in the United States.
Two U.S. cities—Santa Monica, CA and Evanston, IL—recently achieved important milestones in their plans to compensate Black residents whose ancestors were directly harmed by racist housing and land use policies.
Black immigrants are too often overlooked in media and left out of important decision-making processes. Community organizations like African Community Housing & Development in Washington state are working hard to bridge the gap.
Some parents leading the effort to ban Critical Race Theory (CRT) in schools have devised a new tactic of tying school-based mental health supports, like social emotional learning, to CRT and anti-racism curricula.
On March 11th, President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan into law. One component of the package is a third round of stimulus payments. Here are ten things to know about the third round of payments.