Treaties, and the U.S. government’s history of unilaterally breaching them, have had a profound effect on Native people. OG History is a Teen Vogue series where we unearth history not told through a white,
Houston Police Chief Blasts Order to Deport 11-Year-Old Girl Alone: 'Nazi’s Enforced Their Laws as Well'
Houston’s Police Chief spoke out on Friday against an immigration order to deport an 11-year-old Salvadoran girl without her family. In a series of tweets, Chief Art Acevedo called the decision made by
“Like a black Elizabeth Taylor,” was the comment heard most often, because her eyes looked violet in some light. She had a perfect hourglass figure, large clear eyes, a tiny waist, long slim hands, a sense
Gentrification is geographically limited in cities, but a new study shows where it has become a crisis, particularly for low-income black households. Ron Daniels, president of the Baltimore-based civil-rights
Cleveland Federal Reserve now argues that almost all of the wealth gap between African-Americans and whites is driven by the racial income gap – African-Americans earning about half of what whites earn.