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Marriage Equality Pioneer Edith Windsor Dies At 88

Edith Windsor, a plaintiff in one of two landmark Supreme Court cases which legalized same-sex marriage in the United States, died this afternoon at...

Olympics of the Mind

At the age of 17, Whitney Ford, a senior at Plainfield East High School, is already steps ahead of her peers in honing her...

Morehouse School of Medicine Joins the NIH “All of Us” Research...

ATLANTA - Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) has been selected to join the NIH 'All of Us' Research Program as part of the South...

LGBTQ Students in Puerto Rico report hostile school climate

BUT SUPPORTIVE RESOURCES CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE NEW REPORT PROVIDES FIRST LOOK AT SCHOOL EXPERIENCES OF LGBTQ YOUTH IN PUERTO RICO NEW YORK – In response...

Introducing The Three Brothers an African folktale

Today’s young people have many entertainment choices. However, due to the overwhelming influence of European dominated Western culture, young people of color have few...

Chelsea Manning Released From Prison

Chelsea Manning, the Army whistle blower who was sentenced to 35 years in prison for sending a trove of diplomatic and military files to...

Federal Reserve Gets First Out, Black Chief

History was made in Atlanta , as its Federal Reserve Bank named Raphael Bostic, a University of Southern California economics professor, as its first...

‘Moonlight’ Wins Best Picture Oscar

Hollywood gave a standing ovation to an unlikely recipient last night, honoring the indie story of a young, gay Black man dealing with inner-city...

Trump is one example why we need Black History Month

February 1 begins Black History Month, a national annual observance since 1926, honoring and celebrating the achievements of African Americans. To commemorate its start President...

Bishop Eddie Long’s cautionary tale about homophobia

When news hit the airwaves that Bishop Eddie Long died from an unnamed aggressive cancer resulting in dramatic weight lost, many now throughout the...