On Sunday (Dec 13), Meghan Markle surprised the frontline fighters with a surprise appearance during the annual "CNN's Heroes" special event, thanking the “individuals (who) stood up and made sure the most basic needs of our communities were met” in the past year, which she described as being “universally challenging for everyone.”
According to published reports, the Food and Drug Administration has officially approved the vaccine for the coronavirus after hearing the research materials and answering questions from Pfizer’s vaccine experts.
You can always count on Killer Mike to share his honest and sometimes brutal political opinions.
On Monday (Nov 30), the west coast legend took to Twitter to share with fans what he's been working on during his sabbatical, noting that his reason for stepping back was to drown out the "noise" and "poison" with critics who felt that his approach was incorrect.
David Dinkins, New York City's first and only Black mayor, has passed away. He was 93.
Everyone could have predicted this one. Donald Trump's namesake son has tested positive for the Coronavirus.
According to published reports, President-elect Joe Biden is considering the former senior adviser for the Biden-Harris campaign for the position of White House Press Secretary.
According to published reports, after her devastating and unfair loss to Republican Gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp, Stacey Abrams is rumored to be eyeing the race again for the upcoming 2022 race.
After the historic turnout for both groups during the 2020 Presidential Election, both Black and Brown women have taken notice of their political influence and intend to spark change. While the revolution is, in theory, going forward without the overt assistance of white women, many will be involved because of their sheer numbers, but overall the last two elections have proven that Black and Brown women have a voice loud enough to march on its own.
On Monday (Nov 9), the new Vice-President-elect took to Twitter to share a special message for Black women, who once again saved the election with their overwhelming support at the polls, noting that the significant win "couldn't have happened" without Black women's diligence.
It was only a matter of counting all the legal ballot. After finally attaining over 270 Electoral College votes, Joe Biden—shout out to his running mate Senator Kamala Harris—was declared the winner of the 2020 Presidential election.
On Friday (Nov 6) the civil rights icon's county in Georgia tipped Democratic nominee Joe Biden into the lead in the state as mail-in ballots, continued to be counted from the area. As previously reported, at about 4:30 a.m. on Friday, a release of ballots counted in Clayton County gave Biden a lead of 917 votes in the Southern state, pushing his lead out to 1,096 votes after another batch of ballot results came in at about 6 a.m.