Alabama

Recy Taylor, an activist who fought for justice and civil rights after she was brutally raped in 1944, passed away at the age of 97 Thursday.

An Alabama family is looking for answers after 17-year-old Ulysses Wilkerson was brutally beaten by police officers. According to WKRG, the teenager was arrested on Sunday, December 23, and hours later he ended up at University of Alabama Medical Center with severe injuries. Witnesses claimed, “Officers saw Wilkerson coming around the corner of a building […]

Doug Jones must follow through on his positions on issues that affect the Black voters who swept him into office.

The world was watching Tuesday as the people of Alabama prepared to place their ballots in the special election.

Tomorrow the state of Alabama will vote on whether Democrat Doug Jones or Republican Roy Moore will be elected to the United States Senate. Most analysts predict Moore will win, despite being accused of making sexual advances to five women when they were teenagers. However, Doug Jones’ camp is hoping for record turnout from the […]

During a rally in Huntsville, Alabama president Donald Trump fired subliminal shots at NFL player Colin Kaepernick.

Alabama has yet to compensate Anthony Ray Hinton, who spent 30 years on death row for a crime he did not commit.

A new law that bans cities and counties from removing Confederate monuments was enacted in Alabama by Gov. Kay Ivey.

Cornell Brooks, President of the NAACP, and other activists were arrested on Monday for staging a sit-in at Sen. Jeff Sessions’ office.

Federal officials conclude that closing and reducing services in driver license's centers in Alabama violates civil rights, reaching an agreement Wednesday with the state law enforcement agency to ensure "that all Alabama residents have access to driver licensing programs, regardless of race, color or national origin."

After a Black woman was caught stealing at a Victoria's Secret store in Alabama, workers asked two other Black shoppers to also leave.

An Alabama NAACP branch criticizes a grand jury's decision not to indict a Mobile police officer. The officer fatally shot a Black teen during a traffic stop, and many questions remain about the incident.