The energy industry is experiencing a major boom in job growth that may prove beneficial for African-Americans seeking employment.
Erica Campbell recalls hanging out at her grandma’s house as kid with all of her siblings. If any of the kids acted up, Erica recalls, their grandma wouldn’t be mean or yell at them, she would pray at them. In this way she would reprimand them in love, as opposed to being antagonistic or spiteful. […]
Pastor YPJ talks about reaching an audience of millennials who have largely grown up in an absence of not just the father figures, but family values as well. He breaks down the differences he notices in the millennial generation in terms of family structure, compared to the generations before them, who mostly dealt with the […]
In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell explains that the biggest part of her success in what she does comes from what she thinks about herself. She refuses to let the small things get to her like they used to, she says. What are hiding behind your smile? She encourages us to be honest […]
Actor and activist Malik Yoba chatted with Erica Campbell & GRIFF from the makeup trailer at one of his many gigs. He discusses advocating for crime victims as the host of TVOne’s “Justice By Any Means.” Malik discusses what he loves most about the show, and how it’s actually extremely inspiring as well as powerful, […]
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu wants to settle several long-standing civil rights claims against the city over several notorious episodes of police violence in the days after Hurricane Katrina 11 years ago.
A petition has been created to highlight Thomas' contributions in the museum.
The vote is your fundamental right in America. Black people were battered, bruised and killed for the “vote.” Blacks were required to take literacy tests and pay a “poll tax” in order to vote. Black people were prevented to vote through various means in Southern states including Virginia. Check your voter status, poll location, candidates on the ballot […]
Deputy Chief Karen Wilson of VADOC Probation and Parol, District 1. Families of inmates in prison and jail are invited to participate in the Virginia Department of Corrections Probation and Parole Districts of Richmond, Hanover, Henrico, Chesterfield and Petersburg “Welcome Home Families for Success” event on October 29, 2016 at the Arthur Ashe Center. The […]
Authorities arrest five teenage boys for spray painting racist graffiti on an historic Black schoolhouse. However, they declined to charge them with a hate crime or identify their race.
A federal lawsuit seeks to compel federal agencies to release surveillance data of Black Lives Matter protesters. The plaintiffs suspect that the FBI and DHS have violated the constitutional rights of demonstrators.