A viral video of a police officer hitting a 14-year-old girl during an arrest has caused outrage in a Florida community.
Washington State’s Supreme Court ruled this month that the application of the death penalty statewide is unconstitutional.
Laura Wooten is on a mission. The 97-year-old’s desire is to see citizens exercise their civic duty by voting. This has been her mission for more than seven decades while working the election polls through the administrations of nearly 15 ...
Across the nation, advocates are making their final push to get people registered to vote in time for the upcoming November midterm election.
Karle Robinson, a 61-year old African-American man from Kansas, was recently handcuffed by a police officer when he was moving into his own home, suspecting him as a burglar in his own house.
Rapper Kanye West has been invited to the White House.
Shocking viral video of police aggressively detaining a deaf Black man in Paterson, N.J., is now under investigation.
Last Thursday, Sept. 20, attorneys for former record executive Marion “Suge” Knight, 53, agreed to a plea deal that will sentence him to 28 years in prison when they return to court Oct. 4. He has remained incarcerated since the ...
Hugh Smith, the owner of Quikthinking Software, has released new apps featuring quotes and oral histories from important Black figures.
With the midterm elections just weeks away, activists and others are keeping keen eyes on any semblance of voter suppression – or worse.
A new online petition has been launched by an African American activist named Cecelia Evertez from Newton, Connecticut.
Bill Cosby, “America’s Dad,” was sentenced to 3 to 10 years in prison Tuesday by Judge Steven O’Neill in Norristown, Pa. After citing that Cosby was a “sexually violent predator,” O’Neill denied him bail during the pending appeals.
Social justice organization the People’s Organization for Progress honored Colin Kaepernick during their weekly Justice Monday rally against police brutality in Newark.
Outrage continues in Texas over the police shooting of an unarmed Black man who was sitting in his home when a white officer entered and fatally shot him.
As America prepares to return to the polls for midterm elections amid racial tensions, continued economic inequities and a president who appears to embrace racism and shun truth, thousands of Black church leaders and parishioners answered a “Call to Conscience/Day ...