Black Voices

Brandee Evans Is Strong As Hell. She Just Doesn’t Want To Always Have To Be.

The “P-Valley” star discusses balancing caregiving for her mother, chasing her dreams and taking care of herself in new ways.

Added July 19, 2022

Prince Harry Talks About 'Global Assault On Democracy' In Emotional UN Address

The Duke of Sussex delivered the keynote address at the United Nations on Monday on behalf of Nelson Mandela International Day.

Added July 18, 2022

'The Idol' Trailer Stars Lily-Rose Depp In 'Sleaziest Love Story' With The Weeknd

The new HBO series from the “sick and twisted minds” of "Euphoria" creator Sam Levinson and the music superstar is coming soon.

Added July 18, 2022

Star Quarterback Drops 'AR-15' Nickname For A Sensible Reason

The Florida Gators' Anthony Richardson says he is redesigning his merch in line with the change.

Added July 18, 2022

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, 35-Year-Old Mom, Is The World's Fastest Woman -- Again

The Jamaican legend won the 100 meters at the World Championships for the fifth time.

Added July 18, 2022

Worried About Grooming? Teaching Kids Comprehensive Sex Ed Could Help.

Educators who teach sex ed have been called "groomers" by political pundits on the right. But comprehensive sex ed can help kids identify predatory behaviors.

Added July 18, 2022

Rhoyle Ivy King Is Portraying The Character He Needed Growing Up

The "All American: Homecoming" actor is opening the door for more Black queer talent to work in front of and behind the camera.

Added July 18, 2022

School Board Member Says Black Principal's Activism 'Got Him Fired' From School

A letter about racism by James Whitfield, the first Black principal at a mostly white Texas high school, led to him being placed on leave.

Added July 17, 2022

Jak Knight, Stand-Up Comedian And 'Big Mouth' Writer And Actor, Dies At 28

The comedian, who recently co-created and starred in Peacock's "Bust Down," died on Thursday.

Added July 17, 2022

American Soprano Quits Italian Opera Over Blackface Performers

Angel Blue, who is Black, called the "archaic" practice “offensive, humiliating, and outright racist.”

Added July 17, 2022

You Can Now Dial 988 For Mental Health Help. Here's What To Know.

The crisis line can be lifesaving for people thinking of suicide or self-harm, but you also don't need to be at risk to use it.

Added July 16, 2022

Georgia Parents Still In Distress 3 Years After FedEx Loses Son's Remains

The loss of Jeffrey Merriweather's body leaves his cause of death unknown and his family distraught.

Added July 15, 2022

House Passes Bills To Codify Roe And Protect Interstate Travel For Abortion Care

The House took action to protect abortion rights three weeks after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

Added July 15, 2022

Georgia Parents Still In Shambles 3 Years After FedEx Loses Son's Remains

The loss of Jeffrey Merriweather's body leaves his cause of death unknown and his family distraught.

Added July 15, 2022

Jayland Walker Shot, Grazed 46 Times By Akron Police

Police said Walker fled an attempted traffic stop for minor equipment violations and fired a shot from his car during the vehicle chase, but he wasn’t armed when officers shot him.

Added July 15, 2022

Gab Was Key To The Tree Of Life Shooting. Doug Mastriano Seems To Be Paying It For Followers.

The GOP nominee for governor of Pennsylvania paid the far-right platform a $5,000 “consulting” fee. Now, new Gab accounts are automatically following him.

Added July 15, 2022

Soaring Demand For Monkeypox Vaccine Crashes NYC System

Health officials acknowledged the frustration over the shortage, which has prompted fresh worries about stigmatizing LGBTQ populations.

Added July 14, 2022

Senate Democrats Call On Biden To Declare A Public Health Emergency On Abortion

“You have the power to do more to address this crisis," Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, Alex Padilla and more wrote in a letter shared with HuffPost.

Added July 14, 2022

Video Shows Security Tackling Black Man They Allegedly Thought Was Stealing Cars

The daughter of Hughie Robinson, who later died of his illness, now represents him in a suit against a hospital for assault, battery and false imprisonment.

Added July 14, 2022

Statue Of Black American Replaces Confederate General At U.S. Capitol

Florida recognized Mary McLeod Bethune, founder of the institution known as Bethune-Cookman University, with a statue at the U.S. Capitol.

Added July 14, 2022

Descendants Of Possible Tulsa Massacre Victims Can Give DNA

People who believe they are descendants of Tulsa Race Massacre victims can now provide genetic material to help scientists try to identify remains of possible victims.

Added July 13, 2022

Biden Admin: Pharmacists Cannot Refuse Prescriptions Similar To Medication Abortion

Since the fall of Roe, some pharmacies have refused to fill certain prescriptions that are the same as or similar to the drugs used in medication abortion.

Added July 13, 2022

Facebook, TikTok Are Failing To Protect LGBTQ Users, GLAAD Report Finds

A new study finds "very little accountability" from social media platforms when it comes to posts and users who promote anti-LGBTQ hate speech.

Added July 13, 2022

These TV Shows Helped Boost Emmy Nominations For Actors Of Color

Actors of color in three TV series dominated 2022 Emmys nominations, but the total number of nonwhite nominees dropped from 2021.

Added July 13, 2022

LeBron James Questions U.S. Response To Brittney Griner's Situation On His TV Show

The Los Angeles Lakers' star weighed in on the case of WNBA player Brittney Griner, who has been detained in Russia since Feb. 17.

Added July 13, 2022