Home News+Pop Culture

News+Pop Culture

Serena Williams Builds Schools in Uganda, Zimbabwe, Kenya & Jamaica

Remember when Serena Williams‘ cakes broke the internet and we were asking how many squats, per hour, do we need to do...

This Indigenous Woman Is Reminding Tourists to Pay Indigenous Artisans What They’re Worth

With everyone gearing up to travel for summer vacation, one Twitter user wants to give tourists an important reminder. Reyna Chabeli took to Twitter...

Serena Williams wins first title since having her daughter

Serena Williams has won her first title since becoming a mom. The 38-year-old, who gave birth to daughter Alexis Olympia on September 1, 2017,...

Friditas: Las muñecas artesanales que demuestran que sí hay cosas bonitas hechas en México

“Odiada” por muchos y admirada por otros más, no hay duda de que Frida Kahlo es una de las mujeres más importantes...

Touching Hair And Other Microaggressions White Adults Need To Stop Doing To Kids Of Color

For almost 11 years, I’ve been mothering children of color. Being in a multiracial family has been an eye-opening and interesting...

Wrongly Convicted Man Graduates From College After 5 Years on Death Row

Here’s what happened: In April 1997, Matthews was believed to be the culprit in fatally shooting a 43-year old businessman, who is white. Throughout the trial,...

How Ghana’s historic homecoming is changing Africa

(CNN) — It's the last Saturday of the year in the heart of Accra, Ghana's capital. The air is thick...

For The First Time In History, Harvard Has Four Black Women Faculty Deans

For the first time in Harvard University’s history, four of its schools are led by Black women, reports The Harvard Crimson.In August...

Target Is Celebrating Black History Month–And My Multiracial Family Is Thrilled

I’m one of those moms who buys almost every single essential household item from Target. From baby wipes, to ice cream, to melatonin,...

Why Aesha Ash is Wandering Around Inner City Rochester in a Tutu

Growing up in inner city Rochester, NY, Aesha Ash was just one of the neighborhood kids. She'd imagine people driving by, judging her...

California School to Bear Names of Filipino-American Labor Leaders Itliong, Vera Cruz

Larry Itliong was the man credited with starting California's legendary Delano Grape Strike in 1965. Itliong led Filipinos workers to the...

Stunning portraits spotlight world’s most endangered indigenous tribes

A stunning series of portraits captures the raw, natural beauty of some of the world’s most endangered indigenous peoples.British photographer Jimmy Nelson,...
- Advertisment -

Most Read

Strong Black Lead: Classic Black Sitcoms, more come to Netflix

Over the weekend, Netflix kicked off its release of classic Black sitcoms, hailing mostly from the ‘90s and early ‘00s. “Moesha” came to the...

Madeline Swegle becomes the first Black female tactical air pilot

The history of naval aviation began over 100 years ago. And now, after a century of technological...

Colorism is a full-circle problem for “Indian Matchmaking”

“Indian Matchmaking” is one of Netflix’s latest dating-centered reality shows. However, with its ties to a historical, cultural tradition, the show is a bit...

Culturas Corner: Meet Gina Clayton-Tarvin

As part of our mission to uplift cultural diversity, we are kicking off Culturas Spotlight. The series highlights individuals who make their community a...

Registration

Forgotten Password?