In an innovative method of deterring crime and addressing human trafficking, many municipal courts are turning to a clever alternative.
Despite international calls for their release, three journalists who work for Al-Jazeera marked 100 days held in captivity by the Egyptian government joining a fourth who has been detained for nearly eight months.
On the 30th anniversary of the death of Marvin Gaye, his sister Zeola grants EBONY.com an exclusive interview about the legacy of her beloved brother.
Media Reports have uncovered an alarming new trend where groups of black teenagers attack unsuspecting victims with a sucker punch to the head known as the “knockout game.” But upon closer examination, it’s possible that the only trend here is an exaggeration of random acts of violence.
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Several news organizations based in and around Detroit have formed the Detroit Journalism Cooperative to report on the troubled city from a grass-roots perspective with the news organizations sharing their content
The ad brought both anger and praise in other parts of the country