“The whole neighborhood knew he would make history, but we didn’t want it to be this way," said one of Floyd's longtime friends.
“Thanks for sticking with us through one whole year without a studio or haircuts,” the "Daily Show" captioned the clip.
"This is the reality of black girls: One day you’re called an icon, the next day, a threat," the poet wrote on social media.
Activists to remember the late John Lewis, Joseph Lowery, C.T. Vivian and Bruce Boynton at a virtual commemoration of the 56th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.
"It is an accomplishment for all women, my community, and my culture," said Maia Chaka, who will work games during the 2021 season.
A guaranteed income program gave $500 per month to 125 people in Stockton and found that their job prospects and mental health got better.
The R&B icon weighed in on Twitter after the artists' new group, Silk Sonic, released "Leave the Door Open."
"And THAT'S That" hosts Taryn Finley, Shaquille Romblay and Ja’han Jones discuss Black women leading the charge during times of crisis, and what true appreciation looks like.
"The first fired and the last hired": Black and Latino workers are likely to suffer the longest from the COVID-19 recession.
The FX drama, which depicts the New York ballroom scene of the 1980s and '90s, was a game-changer for LGBTQ inclusion on TV.