Candace Owens somehow concluded that "extremely overweight" people supporting the COVID-19 vaccine didn't have any "self-awareness" and suggested because they're not skinny they don't have "authority" to encourage people to get vaccinated. Yes, really.
From head of households left unemployed with no way of putting food on the table to students in the free lunch program lacking daily meals due to the new remote learning model, the U.S. government officially reported that Latino and Black families facing food insecurity rose substantially in 2020.
As the country settles in for yet another annual installment of National Watermelon Day, no one seems to know the origin of the succulent fruit's American holiday.
SOUL CAP, a Black-owned swimming cap brand, was denied by FINA (the federation for international competitions in water sports) because they feel elite athletes “don’t require caps of such size.”
What’s on your plate can help maintain not only your muscles and curves but your heart as well. These items of everyday eatery may need to get the boot according to cardiologist...
The conversation on wearing bonnets in public is appropriate continues, this time with Mo'Nique calling out a woman's attire in general.
Amarachi Odinma-Maduka’s path to the entertainment industry began in a church pew. While in church one Sunday morning, she was approached by an agent who was struck by her beauty.
NewsOne compiled video examples of Black fathers doting on their children and flaunting their love by posting footage to social media of the interactions.