• PSUSD Black History Month Taste of Soul Virtual Event

    The coronavirus pandemic placed a lot of events on hold or pushed them to the virtual space. This is no different with the Palm Springs Unified School District’s Black History Month events including the Desert Hot Springs High School’s Taste of Soul extravaganza. “This year, the Taste of Soul is virtual. We are opening up […]

  • PSUSD’s Junior Black Achiever Advocates

    A group of students and teachers in the Palm Springs Unified school district are reaching out to their community and peers to help create a deeper understanding of their culture. The Junior Black Achievers is a collective that is offering academic enrichment, Black American and African history and mentors to the youth in the Palm […]

  • Man Suspected Of Yelling Racial Slurs At Black History Parade Free On Bail

    A March 25 court date is scheduled for a man who was arrested at the Palm Springs Black History Parade for allegedly yelling racial slurs while making stabbing motions and then mooning parade-goers, police reported Monday. John Langley, 25, of Thousand Palms was arrested just before 5 p.m. Saturday on the corner of Belardo Road […]

  • Wisconsin GOP spikes Colin Kaepernick’s name from Black History Month resolution

    Wisconsin Republicans stripped Colin Kaepernick’s name from a resolution recognizing Black History Month, saying the former NFL quarterback was too controversial to be included. The state legislature’s Black Caucus drafted the resolution, which named several African-American leaders — including the Wisconsin-born Kaepernick, who famously kneeled during the national anthem while on the San Francisco 49ers to protest […]

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