On and off for the past seven years, Keith Hardiman has made his living selling the homeless magazine Streetwise at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Lake Street in downtown ChicagoHe uses mos...

As the coronavirus continues to ravage long-term care facilities, it also wreaks havoc among family members who are anxious and concerned about the mental and physical health of loved ones who are iso...

Brittany Harris (pictured), is improving literacy rates and math scores of children in the Chattanooga, Tenn., area by bringing the lessons to their doorsteps via her mobile classroom called The Passa...

The Nashville, Tenn., branch of the NAACP is celebrating its 100-year anniversary and undergoing a revitalization after the election of new officers and executive committee members.

Branch President Re...

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The Crisis magazine is a quarterly journal of politics, culture, civil rights and history that seeks to educate and challenge its readers about issues facing African-Americans and other communities of color.

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