Yes, "sharenting" is a thing, and many parents do it. It occurs when parents share details about their children's lives online, and there are some benefits to "sharenting." Some say they discuss parenting on social media to feel less alone and others post about their family to stay connected with their loved ones.
Black women will play a key role in electing the next president, according to a recent report by the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO).
Early voting has already begun in some 37 states and Washington D.C. Yet, many Blacks remain unaware of this option, or of the benefits it offers. But the folks who want to suppress the Black vote sure know about it.
In a historic effort to measure the pulse of African American voters, the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) partnered with Howard University to conduct the first scientific poll of the Black community during the 2016 election cycle.
In just his second feature film, writer/director Barry Jenkins tells a compelling story about sexual repression and ambiguity through the eyes of a vulnerable and confused little boy, who grows up to question his sexual identity as a teen and then finds a thin measure of serenity as a young man.
Within days of the October 7 deadline for public comment on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposed payday rule, 104 Members of Congress from 32 states, the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands together called for strong consumer protections, and an end to both regulatory loopholes and predatory debt traps.
Here's a look at five generations of Americans in the 20th century: the "Greatest Generation" (or GI Generation), the "Silent Generation," baby boomers, Generation X and millennials. In order to examine economic trends and social changes over time, demographers compare groupings of people bracketed by birth year. There are sometimes variations in the birth year that begins or ends a generation, depending on the source. The groupings below are based on studies by the Census, Pew Research and demographers Neil Howe and William Strauss.
Thousands of Seattle teachers made for an inspiring sight when they wore Black Lives Matter shirts en masse to reinforce their commitment to black students in their public schools.
Call it "museum mania."
All iPhones may look the same, but under the hood it's a different story.
Chuck Berry is proving you are never too old to rock and roll.
The notoriously devoted exerciser in chief, President Obama has shared his current favorite workout jams for Wired magazine's November issue, showing an eclectic interest and a love of super speedy beats of rhythm and sound.
Oprah Winfrey has a strong message for undecided voters in a new interview with TV host T.D. Jakes: "There really is no choice, people."
Ciara is both blessed and busy.
For the first time in a presidential campaign, both the Democratic and Republican nominees have put forward plans calling for mandated paid leave.
It's one of the loneliest, most exclusive clubs in America. Among the nation's wealthiest Americans -- known as the Top 1% -- only a very small percentage are black.
Tiffany Ginyard is adamant that a strong sense of perceived self-efficacy is an important and contributing factor to both the prevention of diminished self-concept and self-sufficiency in young adulthood.
The Baltimore Ravens lost a close game to the New York Giants on Sunday, October 16, 2016.
The Boys of Dunbar: A Story of Love, Hope, and Basketball.
October 31, 2016 is the last day students can apply for a once-in-a-lifetime inspirational program at Walt Disney World Resort