Buffalo shooter targeted black neighborhood, authorities say | National

By CAROLYN THOMPSON and MICHAEL BALSAMO – Associated Press BUFFALO, NY (AP) — The 18-year-old white man who fatally shot 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket researched local demographics and arrived a day early to conduct a reconnaissance with the intention of killing as many black people as possible, authorities said Sunday. The racially motivated … Read more

Buffalo shooter targeted black neighborhood, authorities say | National News

By CAROLYN THOMPSON and MICHAEL BALSAMO – Associated Press BUFFALO, NY (AP) — The 18-year-old white man who fatally shot 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket researched local demographics and arrived a day early to conduct a reconnaissance with the intention of killing as many black people as possible, authorities said Sunday. The racially motivated … Read more

Buffalo shooter targeted black neighborhood, authorities say | National

By CAROLYN THOMPSON and MICHAEL BALSAMO – Associated Press BUFFALO, NY (AP) — The 18-year-old white man who fatally shot 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket researched local demographics and arrived a day early to conduct a reconnaissance with the intention of killing as many black people as possible, authorities said Sunday. The racially motivated … Read more

Buffalo shooter targeted black neighborhood, official says | Health & Fitness

By CAROLYN THOMPSON and MICHAEL BALSAMO – Associated Press BUFFALO, NY (AP) — The 18-year-old white man who shot and killed 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket had researched the local demographics and arrived in the area a day early to conduct a reconnaissance with the “express purpose” of killing as many black people as … Read more

Supermarket shooter searched for black neighborhood, official says | Health & Fitness

By CAROLYN THOMPSON and MICHAEL BALSAMO – Associated Press BUFFALO, NY (AP) — The 18-year-old white man who shot and killed 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket had researched the local demographics while searching for places with a high concentration of black residents, arriving there at least a day in advance to conduct a reconnaissance, … Read more

Service seeks healing from Chatham County lynchings

know about Service seeks healing from Chatham County lynchings Sometimes announced in advance, public lynchings can draw crowds of onlookers. About 100 people attended a service on Saturday, May 14, 2022, to remember five people lynched in Chatham County more than a century ago. Courtesy of eji.org Pittsboro A series of lynchings more than a … Read more

Invoking Black Struggle for Justice installation opens May 14 at Oakland City Hall

know about Invoking Black Struggle for Justice installation opens May 14 at Oakland City Hall By Zack Haber Tenants living in City Towers Apartments, a 231-unit affordable housing project located in three skyscrapers in West Oakland, are organizing for healthier and safer living conditions with the help of local supporters. They claim that the negligence … Read more

Fact Check: Kathy Barnette’s Positions on Black Lives Matter, Race, and Surveillance Falsely Represented in a Dr. Oz Allies Ad

know about Fact Check: Kathy Barnette’s Positions on Black Lives Matter, Race, and Surveillance Falsely Represented in a Dr. Oz Allies Ad The primary is held on Tuesday. The super PAC did not respond to a request for comment Friday. The ad’s narrator suggests that viewers are about to hear Barnette speak on the subject … Read more

(BPRW) A black superhero for the time; sugar | Press releases

(BPRW) A black superhero for the time; Sugar A fictional story based on real events (Black PR Wire) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Now the winner of five independent international awards, SUGAR is a fictional story about a single mother, a successful boutique owner by day, who poses as a vigilante at night to protect the battered … Read more

#WordinBlack: Love letters to black women from 5 organizations that care about their health

know about #WordinBlack: Love letters to black women from 5 organizations that care about their health By Alexa Spencer word in black Every day is a good day to honor black women. They give birth to the black community (even under the most difficult conditions), raise up world leaders and change makers, and dedicate their … Read more

Eyedrum’s ‘Stars and Feelings’ exhibition sheds light on Black women artists – WABE

get complete details of Eyedrum’s ‘Stars and Feelings’ exhibition sheds light on Black women artists – WABE from here, checkout more details. Atlanta is home to many accomplished black visual artists, including william downs. She has created an exhibition to showcase six Black women artists who express their identities through hair, heritage or community in … Read more

Looking again at the deep river of black catholic spirituality

know about Looking again at the deep river of black catholic spirituality Parishioners attend Mass at St. Barbara Catholic Church on Feb. 6 in Philadelphia. (CNS/Chaz Muth) The recent Pew Research Center survey of black Catholics in the US highlighted two important points. First, that there are 3 million black Catholics. Second, 75% of black … Read more

Don’t let Judge Alito fool you, ending abortion is not about protecting black lives

know about Don’t let Judge Alito fool you, ending abortion is not about protecting black lives By Nathalie Baptiste Along with faulty science, outdated legal precedent, and partisan claims in Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion ending abortion rights, it included a pernicious myth: abortion is black genocide. “Some of those supporters have been … Read more

At UMass Amherst, 26% of black students feel they don’t belong on campus

know about At UMass Amherst, 26% of black students feel they don’t belong on campus A UMass Amherst survey finds that 26% of black students report feeling they don’t belong on campus compared to 8% of white students. Just days after the results were made public, some black students received a racist email highlighting the … Read more

The end of Roe and what it would mean for the black community | guest columnists

know about The end of Roe and what it would mean for the black community | guest columnists The leaked draft from the US Supreme Court was shocking but not surprising. The writing has been on the wall, in big, bold letters, for years. The Court upheld the authenticity of a draft decision to overturn … Read more

The end of Roe and what it would mean for the black community | guest columnists

know about The end of Roe and what it would mean for the black community | guest columnists The leaked draft from the US Supreme Court was shocking but not surprising. The writing has been on the wall, in big, bold letters, for years. The Court upheld the authenticity of a draft decision to overturn … Read more