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Today is #NationalVoterRegistrationDay, and we need everyone to hit the polls this election season!

#SayHerName! 875 days later, the Department of Justice announced that the four Louisville officers connected to #BreonnaTaylor's murder would be federally charged due to violating the 26-year-old's civil rights!

A Russian court found WNBA star #BrittneyGriner guilty of criminal smuggling charges Thursday and she's been sentenced to 9 years behind bars.

Black TikTok creators are rarely acknowledged for their enormous cultural contributions. Now, the popular social media platform says they are taking action to address the issue.

Talk about #goals! 👏🏾 Aisha 'Pinky' Cole's historic commencement speech at #ClarkAtlantaUniversity not only inspired the grads to keep going in the face of adversity, but also left them entrepreneurs! Congrats to the Class of 2022. We wish you all success in your new businesses!

The shooting, confirmed by police as a racially motivated attack, shocked a community and crowds of shoppers in a primarily Black area.

Uh oh, Instagram users in the states of #Texas and #Illinois woke up to find the Instagram filters they once had access to have been removed due to facial recognition laws. Instagram users took to #Twitter to share their frustration. Would you be upset if this ban took place in your state?

Big changes are on the way for Spelman College! Helene Gayle, MD, MPH, current president and CEO of the Chicago Community Trust has been appointed as the prestigious institution's 11th president. CLEO TV has spoken to Dr. Gayle to get the inside scoop. Congratulations, Dr. Gayle!

Many individuals are highly concerned about the condition of abortion rights in the near future after the Supreme Court's initial draft opinion on Roe vs. Wade surfaced. If overturned, many activists are worried of the impact it can have globally.

Outrage across the world has been sparked yet again! An East London teenager was inhumanely subjected to a strip search while menstruating without any adult supervision. Targeted based on unsubstantiated cannabis accusations, the family's lawyer said race was a factor of her treatment.