After spending two years researching the history of what he calls white supremacy in the United States, The Atlantic's National Correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates wrote a ground-breaking article, The Case for Reparations. In this clip, he tells The Root Managing Editor Lyne Pitts how he sees the United States today.
The legendary 3-time Academy Awards nominee, 5-time Tony Awards winner, 6-time Golden Globe winner, and 18-time Emmy Awards nominee Angela Lansbury talks about Murder, She Wrote. Featuring: Robert F. O'Neill.
Black Stats, a new book by Oakland-based academic, author, and activist Monique Morris, explores that data and much more about black American life from education to the entertainment industry to the justice system.
Polite Stewart Jr. graduated from Southern University at the young age of 18 years-old. Stewart chats about his journey at Southern and his future. Days after completing the video, Stewart was offered and accepted a position as a Post-Baccalaureate Fellow at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, Calif.
Sky Williams wrote: Suicide hotline number: 1-800-273-TALK Email: Gregidot@gmail.com Here is a basic list of resources/hotlines that you can call if you are feeling suicidal, or are worried about someone who is. United States: 1-800-784-2433 (1-800-SUICIDE) United States (en Espanol): 1-800-SUICIDA United States-veterans 1-800-273-8255, Veterans Press 1 Europe Wide: 116 123 (free from any number) Australia: 13 11 14 Belgium: 02 649 95 55 Brasil: 141 Canada: Numbers vary by region.
Michael Kors asked Halle Berry to go to Nicaragua on behalf of Watch Hunger Stop. There she joined the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), to visit schools and meet children helped by the campaign.