How ‘The Breakfast Club,’ home to brash hosts and irate rappers, became a one-of-a-kind campaign stop
NEW YORK — “You want to start off talking about weed and Tupac, or you want to get to that later?” It isn’t your typical opening question for a presidential candidate, but on this July morning, Sen. Kamala
Rachel Dolezal, the infamous figure known for being a white woman who identifies as a Black woman, knows what all performing artists know: album and book sales are no longer enough to support oneself—the
Just as in past cycles, each of the presidential hopefuls in the 2020 Democratic field enters the race with political baggage in tow. How a given candidate deals with it will help determine the party’s
Radio show host Charlamagne tha God blasted former Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday, saying that he "suffers from old white male entitlement." Charlamagne began by hitting the Democratic frontrunner,
New York (CNN) — Attempts to undermine Sen. Kamala Harris' racial identity had been festering on conspiratorial corners of the internet for months before being elevated to the mainstream by Donald Trump
Rachel Dolezal — former NAACP leader who identified as black but was outed as white — uses Pride Month to now claim she's
'My first kiss was with a girl when I was 18' Rachel Dolezal — the former president of a Washington state NAACP chapter who was outed as white in 2015 — has announced she's bisexual. "Just wanted to take
In the midst of Pride season, Rachel Dolezal shared on social media that she is bisexual. The embattled former president of the NAACP's Spokane, Wash. branch, who has two white parents but self-identifies
Charlamagne tha God slams Elizabeth Warren's 'dishonesty' over ancestry claim, says she 'had to benefit' fr...
Radio show host Charlamagne tha God had some tough words for 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass, following their exchange about her previous claim of having Native American ancestry.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate and entrepreneur Andrew Yang is making waves on the campaign trail with claims that identity politics are a “kind of stupid way to try to win elections.” “I think