Tabria Majors’ Fashion to Figure collection is all about giving curves the freedom to swim and look good while doing it.
A developer named Liz has created a bot that will help you both find a book by a Black author and locate a Black-owned bookstore that is currently selling it.
Shakira Rochelle received a text message from a bride-to-be expressing anger over her personal social media posts.
Drake University graduate Kennedy Mitchum was fed up with having to correct her peers on the definition of racism, so she went straight to the dictionary’s editors instead.
Juneteenth is the oldest national celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S., so why are so many of us unfamiliar with it?
Twenty-two-year-old rising star Nailah Blackman tells In The Know where Soca music started and where it’s going.
In The Know’s Moriba Cummings details his journey to finding and embracing his voice as a Caribbean American in a vulnerable personal essay.
A Seattle author stepped out of her home and came across what she described as “the most wonderful sight.”
Though lauded for his heroism when working as a doctor, Dr. Emeka Okorocha, a Black man, says that when he’s on the street in plain clothes, he’s often racially profiled.
In an effort to make a long-term impact in helping Black business founders, Aurora James, created a viral campaign called the 15 Percent Pledge.