A former police officer in Tennessee says he was fired for reporting his chief's suspected KKK ties to Black Lives Matter organizers.
The state's latest photo voter identification law "was motivated at least in part by an unconstitutional intent to target African American voters," two judges wrote in their opinion.
On September 10, President Joe Biden lamented to a group of Washington, D.C., middle schoolers that political disputes in 2021 have become far too nasty.
Sir Ken Olisa says royal family cares ‘passionately’ about removing racial ‘barriers’ in the UK
Sir Ken Olisa, first black Lord-Lieutenant for London, reveals he has talked about racism with royal household
In a study of more than 2,500 participants published today in Science Advances, Sheen S. Levine, adjunct research scholar in the sociology department at Columbia University and professor of management at University of Texas, Dallas; Charlotte Reypens, postdoctoral fellow at the University of Warwick; and David Stark, professor of sociology at Columbia University, show that white Americans pay less attention to Black peers.
Inside the Met Gala on Monday evening, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio walked the red carpet alongside First Lady Chirlane McCray and son Dante, seemingly enjoying the highly exclusive event despite once deeming it not his “cup of tea.” Outside the gala, NYPD officers arrested multiple Black Lives Matter
Police say they found trash covering the floor, flies and bugs on the ceilings and walls, and what appeared to be feces and moldy food inside the apartment where the children were living.
The study does not address drug use during the Covid crisis
Race has become a “hot conversation topic” in the royal family, especially the murder of George Floyd last year, said Kenneth Olisa, the lord-lieutenant for London.
A panel of North Carolina judges in a split decision blocked the state's voter ID law, saying it discriminates against Black people.
The racial gap in COVID-19 vaccinations is closing, according to a new Pew survey. Pew reports that 70% of black Americans and 72% of white Americans have received at least one vaccine dose.