A teenage student forced his classmate to stop writing in blue because of the significance of gang colors. In a
The death of unarmed Black men by the hands of police officers is no longer just an issue that should
Although racial lynching is often viewed as a thing of the past, there have been several cases where Blacks have
Another unarmed Black man has been shot and killed by the police. According to a report by WSBTV, the issue
The Edmund Pettus Bridge revealed the nature of racism in its most gruesome form. Fifty years after “Blood Sunday,” America’s
In an attempt to remove all blame from police officers, lawyers for the city of Cleveland blamed Tamir Rice, 12,
Earl Lloyd played sports during a time when America attempted marginalize every aspect of Black life. Lloyd became the first
Zendaya recently blasted Giuliana Rancic for racist comments about her faux locs at the Oscars. While hosting E!’s “Fashion Police” during
A Black high school security guard in Brooklyn, New York was caught on camera beating a man. According to reports
Over the past few months, there have been rumblings that indicate that soul music is not only alive—but primed for
A racist judge in Mississippi could spend some time in prison for attacking a mentally disabled Black man. According to
A group of racist teens will spend decades behind bars for killing a Black man. According to reports, seven teens
A police officer in New Rochelle, New York, pulled his gun on a group of Black kids who were having a
Kanye West has reportedly sanctioned a White Frenchman using the N-word to sell clothes. According to Style.com, Jean Touitou of
We’ve all come to realize that it’s not unusual for unarmed Black men to be shot and killed by police.
A Black college student was leaving an internship when police officers beat, arrested and accused him of a crime he
CNN’s Van Jones reveals why he created ‘Yes We Code’ to increase diversity in Silicon Valley.
Racist police officers in North Miami Beach were caught using photos of Black teens as targets while at a gun
Jesse Jackson and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich discussed diversity at Wall Street Project Summit in New York.