If Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) becomes Speaker of the House, this is a groundbreaking moment. Not only would it represent a new face of political power, but he will be the first Black congressional member to occupy the position.
Months after billionaire businessman and philanthropist speaks out on police killings and reparations, mainstream news reports that the Austin resident faces a potential tax investigation. Releasing the report at this moment questions if this is retribution for his recent work against inequities in the US, or merely a coincidence.
Continuing the series of tackling the attack of the Karens, Lisa Durden speaks to Black men on the Karen phenomenon. In an interesting conversation, contributors center antagonisms against them in the racialized weaponization of white women.