Published 09/11/2020 | Reading Time 6 min 22 sec Cydney Suber, a senior at Norristown Area High School, does schoolwork at her home in Norristown, Pa., Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020. In Norristown, […]
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Published 09/09/2020 | Reading Time 1 min 5 sec By BWSTimes Staff Did y’all see papa Ken get his racist, triflin’ *ss punched in a convenience store on Instagram? LOL! The “you […]
Candace Owens (left); Cardi B (right) Published 09/08/2020 | Reading Time 2 min 56 sec By Nehemiah D. Frank, founding publisher and editor-in-chief Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell are Black Republicans; […]
Isaiah Elliott| Courtesy of Elliott family Published 09/08/2020 | Reading Time 2 min 18 sec By Nehemiah D. Frank, founding publisher and editor-in-chief While we have White police officers shooting and killing Black […]
PHOTOGRAPH BY STEPHANIE MEI-LING, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Published 09/07/2020 | Reading Time 5 min 42 sec By BWSTimes Editorial Staff Summer of 2020 will mark one of Black America’s most trying years in […]
The Chamber joined with the other defendants in the immediate aftermath of the Massacre to impose martial law and coordinate the detention of the Massacre victims in internment camps, only releasing them to work if sponsored by white employers. The City, County, the Sheriff, and the Chamber of Commerce tried illegally to block Black Tulsans’ attempts to rebuild the Greenwood District. In the Decades following the Massacre, these defendants sought to quash any mention of the Massacre, fearing the impact it would have on the City and region’s reputation.
The sudden death of American actor Chadwick Boseman, aka “King T’Challa,” struck me like an invisible train. I was blindsided and wasn’t ready to hear that unfortunate announcement. His character as the lead in the 2018 superhero film Black Panther gave me and the rest of Black America the same magic felt when the Obamas stepped onto the world stage for the first time.