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"Black lives should matter today. Black lives should matter in America. Black lives should matter in Europe."

It's no surprise that countries in the global south have to fight for needed resources like the COVID-19 vaccines, but it's disconcerting in a time of international crisis. 

Reflecting on multiple international crises, the freshman lawmaker joins calls for the US to have a people-first approach to granting refugee status to people from Haiti and Afghanistan.

The death toll from Haiti's latest earthquake was growing as photos and video from the destruction began showing the extent of the devastation, injuries and hopelessness inflicted on a nation already reeling from natural and political disasters.

Wyclef Jean reacted to the latest earthquake in his homeland of Haiti by pleading with his fans to help. Here's a list of charitable resources and local organizations accepting donations to help Haiti.

The world paused on July 18, 2021, to celebrate what would have been Nelson Mandela's 103rd birthday. Here are some of his most memorable quotes.

The recent food and fuel shortages in South Africa have become so severe that talks of cannibalism are being thrown around by those still fighting to keep their communities from literally burning down.

The U.S. government had a stern warning in no uncertain terms for any Haitians considering trying to flee and seek asylum in the U.S. following the assassination of the island nation's president: Don't do it.

While Moïse's presidential term was riddled with criticism and controversy, the loss of the nation's leader invites valid questions regarding the country's future amid fears of rising gang and police violence as well as political instability.

Those that can speak the Yaaku tribe's official Kenyan language of Yakunte total at just seven people, all over the age of 70.

In a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, the senators called for Haitians in the U.S. to remain under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation.

A series of photos following the bombshell interview with Meghan Markle suggests the Royal Family is scrambling to be seen in public with Black people in an age-old PR stunt used by closeted white supremacists to deny they're racist.