Black Children

One of the main ads shows an older White child leaning on the head of a Black trapeze artist, which ruffled the feathers of many.

A new study reveals Black children are getting far less medication than White children upon admission into hospitals.

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While poverty rates have decreased for White and Asian families, Black children are more likely to live in poverty than children of other races, a…

According to a new study, the suicide rate amongst African-American children has almost doubled within the last two decades. The research, which was published in…

  Haven’t heard much talk about Father’s Day this year. Debates about what Dad would like, what size he might wear, what he could use…

Days after Forbes columnist Gene Marks wrote the highly controversial and viral “If I Were A Poor Black Kid” article, numerous pundits and opinion leaders from around the Web have weighed in. SEE ALSO: If Obama Loses, What Will He Do Next? Writer and Director of Digital for The Onion, Baratunde Thurston offered a satirical retort, underhandedly accusing […]

A study released by Yale University found that beverage companies are targeting Black and Latino youth in their sales campaigns for sodas, fruit drinks, energy drinks, and juices. See Also: Does Kim Kardashian Want To Be Elizabeth Taylor? See Also: Black Travel: Visit Nashville, Tennessee For Some Country “There is no doubt that children and […]

Children, males and blacks have the highest rates of food allergies in the United States, and the risk is 4.4 times higher among male black children than in the general population, a new study finds.

Most of the foster kids at an upstate camp weren’t even alive when its co-founder rose to fame as a rap pioneer.

The Schott foundation study showing that less than 50 percent of black males are graduating from high school is astounding and depressing – but not a revelation to many in the African American community.

I am a 2010 graduate of Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, and attended this school from the age of 3. I am African-American, a race that made up 2-3 percent of the student population.