Tag: African Americans

Black Millennials May Be Leaving the Church, But Not the Faith
Quick Hits, Religion

Black Millennials May Be Leaving the Church, But Not the Faith

Lukas Hartmann/Pexels By Rebecca Johnson Millennials across all races are attending church less, but black millennials’ church attendance has gone down the least out of all racial groups, according to a Pew Research Center study.  Thirty-eight percent of black millennials attend church on a weekly basis, which is 12 percentage points lower than older black…

Black May Not Crack, But It Definitely Will Burn
Enduring Myths, Health

Black May Not Crack, But It Definitely Will Burn

By Sydney Stallworth With summer on the horizon, hundreds of thousands of vacationers will flock to the nearest beach to enjoy some time in the sun. Suitcases will be stuffed with swimsuits, flip flops, and club ‘fits. But what’s one crucial item being left off so many young black millennials’ packing checklist? Sunscreen. Ever received…

Fact-Checks, Video

A Look at African Americans in College

Even though African Americans continue to make strides in higher education, some have the idea that they are not enrolled in college in the numbers they “should” be. When it comes to higher education are blacks lagging behind other groups? NewsVision reporter Alexis Porter takes a closer look for TruthBeTold.news. Her report was also featured in…