Politics

President Biden clarified his previous comment about the pandemic.

A recent study conducted by The Black to the Futures Action Fund shows that the community is concerned bout the nation’s economy.  The group conducted a year-long study of 6000 Black Americans from July 2021 to May 2022.  Alicia Garza, of The Black to the Futures Action Fund, said in a recent interview that “we have the […]

Charlotte's general election begins Tuesday.

Vice President, Kamala Harris, will visit Charlotte Thursday afternoon.

Early voters in Charlotte can now make their way to the polls. Early voting began Thursday for the municipal general election held on July 26. The election will determine Charlotte’s next mayor and city council members. There are 13 early voting sites set up across the city. Residents can register and vote at the polls […]

A group of multi-racial, multi-generational and multi-faith leaders have united to create Faiths United to Save Democracy (FUSD).  According to its website, FUSD says their campaign “is focused on 10 states: Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin.  The organization will be hosting “What’s At Stake?” and “Know Your Rights” […]

President Joe Biden has nominated Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, setting in motion a historic confirmation process for the first Black woman to sit on the highest court in the nation.  Jackson, 51, currently sits on DC’s federal appellate court and had been considered the front-runner for the vacancy since Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement. She clerked […]