ebola

The #BlackTwitter movement has grown so much in popularity, that major publications are going the extra mile to make sure it’s covered. According to an…

Although the Ebola virus is still prevalent in a few African countries, one of the places hit the hardest is on its way to being…

On March 2, Nina Pham, also known to the public as the “Ebola Nurse,” filed a lawsuit against Texas Health Resources, the parent company to…

Back in August, when actor and comedian, Robin Williams, took his own life, it shocked the world and broke a lot of hearts. Williams was a multi-generational, once-in-a-lifetime talent, whose legacy crossed all demographics and the world collectively felt and continues to feel his loss. As 2014 comes to a close and winds down, year […]

TIME Magazine has made its decision for the annual “Person of the Year” issue. For 2014, the honor goes to the Ebola fighters who “risked and persisted, sacrificed…

There are a total of eight nominations for TIME Magazine’s coveted Person of the Year honor and some highly evocative ones include, the Ferguson Protestors and…

After the death of nearly 7,000 Africans and one American from the deadly Ebola virus, there is heartening news on the vaccine front.  The U.S. government through the…

The latest Ebola patient, a doctor who contracted the virus while working in Sierra Leone, has arrived in the United States. Dr. Martin Salia was…

A healthcare strike has begun to take place in the West African countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia and in the state of California. African caretakers…

The New York doctor that tested positive for Ebola has gotten a clean bill of health, and he’s due to be released from the hospital…