The Internet Is Radicalizing White Men - Big Tech Could Be Doing More

"There is still much we don't know about the suspect and his background. But before anything at all was known about him, anyone who has studied or covered extremism and these kinds of attacks could have given you an educated ...

Newsrooms Still Lack Women And Individuals of Color

“The media is in a state of great disruption, but despite all of the change, one thing remains the same: the role of women is significantly smaller than that of men in every part of news, entertainment and digital media,” ...

Dr. Sheila Brooks, Author And Emmy Award Winner, Nominated For NAACP Image Award

Dr. Sheila Brooks, the founder, president and CEO of SRB Communications, a full service Washington, D.C.-based advertising and marketing agency, has earned an Image Award nomination in Outstanding Literary Work as one of the authors, (along with Clint C. Wilson) ...

The Battle For Mayor In One Of America’s Proudest Black Cities Is Underway

Ernest D. Davis firmly believes that his successor, the city’s current mayor, Richard Thomas, is in it for himself and has done much more harm to Mount Vernon than perhaps anyone whose held that office.

Janet Jackson To Launch A Las Vegas Residency

Janet Jackson is headed to Sin City!

Students Rally In Support Of Teacher Facing Deportation To Kenya

A Denver man came to the U.S. from Kenya to start a new life. Now, he's fighting to stay here with the help from area high school students.

Frank Robinson Dies At 83

Frank Robinson, the feared slugger who became the first black manager in major league baseball, died Thursday at 83, according to Major League Baseball. Robinson died in California with family by his side, Major League Baseball said. The statement didn't ...

Celebrate The New Year With 10 Free Flowering Trees Or Five Free Crapemyrtles From The Arbor Day Foundation

Local residents can ring in the New Year with 10 free flowering trees by joining the Arbor Day Foundation any time during January 2019.

Racism And The Black Vote, Then And Now!

'One thing is certain about racism and the black vote, “If voting wasn't important, people wouldn't work so hard to stop black people from voting!”'

When, Where And How To Vote In The General Election

For the 2018 General Election, voters can vote in person or by absentee ballot. To vote in person, voters who reside in Baltimore County may vote before election day at a designated early voting center in Baltimore County or on ...

Deborah’s Voice To Hold National Rally In D.C.

“Awake. Arise. Advance” is the call of the rally, which includes a dynamic line-up of women who have overcome incredible odds. The goal of the event is to bring awareness to human slavery and forced child prostitution.

During Baby Safety Month Recycle Old Car Seats At Target

Back by popular demand, it’s Target’s car seat trade-in event! Guests can bring any expired or unwanted car seats in to most Target stores (excluding small-format stores) for recycling and receive a 20 percent off coupon valid for the purchase ...

Over Six Million Low-Income Americans Have Crossed Digital Divide With Comcast Essentials

In a recent press release, Comcast announced it has now connected more than six million low-income Americans to the Internet through its Internet Essentials program, the largest and most comprehensive broadband adoption program for low-income families in the United States.

Future Baltimore Earns Prestigious National Award

In 2017, Kaiser Permanente announced a $1.7 million commitment to launch a neighborhood revitalization project in partnership with Bon Secours that both entities said would advance health equity and economic opportunity in West Baltimore.

August Deadline For 12th Annual Gaines Literary Award

The deadline for submissions for the 2018 Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence is August 15, 2018.