Passed in 2021, SB 202 made impacted election administrators' ability to carry out the Georgia Senate runoff election effectively, thanks to the state's Republican-controlled legislature.

"We're not vote shaming; we're vote encouraging," said Amanda Hollowell of When We All Vote.

A description of Black kids drew laughter during a Supreme Court hearing.

Former Marine Conley Monk Jr. filed a lawsuit claiming Black veterans have been discriminated against by the VA for decades.

Ware ordered lower-ranking correctional officers to move two Black pretrial detainees, to a cell row housing white supremacist inmates

The murder trial for Aaron Dean is set to begin on Monday.

Mock slave auctions are not rare occurrences.

Lest we forget the truth about Coach Prime's brief tenure in Jackson.

An Iowa school didn't protect a Black middle school student from racial harassment.

The ex-NFL star will examine the racial evolution of pro quarterbacks.

Chicago cops with local officials assassinated the young leader in 1969.

Remembering the Tuskegee Airmen.

Nearly 578,000 Black Americans have epilepsy and over 25,000 Black Americans are diagnosed with seizures or epilepsy each year.

The woman at the center of Emmett Till's death dictated “I Am More Than A Wolf Whistle” more than a decade ago. It represents the first time she has spoken openly about the case.

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. This is 2018, in a few nutshells.

Black women candidates have successfully navigated the primary season with little help from the Democratic establishment.

If there were a Mount Rushmore for greatest singers of all time, it’s quite possible that each image carved from the mammoth wall of granite could be of Aretha Franklin. The woman also known as the Queen of Soul began her musical reign as a precocious teen in Detroit before her infectious voice swept the world off its feet.

In a year that saw 45 inaugurated as president of the United States, 2017 shaped up to be one of the most challenging in recent memory­.