- PoliticsNBC Sports
"It’s got to be us that speak truth to power, that call it out no matter the consequences."
Actor Justice Smith took to his Instagram to show his solidarity and support for Black queer lives and Black trans lives while also coming out as queer. Smith, who has appeared in "Pokemon: Detective Pikachu," "The Get Down" and "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom," shared that he and "Queen Sugar" actor Nicholas Ashe are a couple. […]
- BusinessBusiness Insider
Meet Masayoshi Son, the Japanese billionaire with a $16 billion personal fortune whose SoftBank mega-fund just pledged to invest $100 million in entrepreneurs of color
Japanese holding company SoftBank invests millions in some of Silicon Valley's biggest tech companies.
They're celebrating England's national volunteering effort.
- SportsGood Morning America
Las Vegas is open for business, though it may not be business as usual.Amid coronavirus and protests, the Las Vegas of today won't be exactly what millions of prior visitors remember from their days in Sin City."Good Morning America" outlined last week some of the changes visitors are likely to see Thursday and into the foreseeable future. Among them: fewer people at gaming tables, additional hand washing stations, temperature checks and more frequent cleaning of high-touch items, like dice.Still, there seemed to be plenty to celebrate as casinos began opening just after midnight. ...
- U.S.USA TODAY Opinion
Is it fair for Democrats to characterize Republicans or conservatives as racists or racially insensitive without taking their share of the blame?
- EntertainmentYahoo TV
'Riverdale' star Vanessa Morgan says she's tired of black people 'being used as side kick non dimensional characters to our white leads'
Morgan, who joined The CW series in its second season, is speaking out about the lack of diversity in the media and in her show.