Boston

Black Twitter responded to the unveiling of Hank Willis Thomas' sculpture of Martin Luther King and Coretta Scott King in Boston.

A monument celebrating the love and legacies of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King has risen in Boston—the city where the two first met.

Donovan Johnson filed a lawsuit against Arlington police officers who detained him while chasing a white suspect.

Three men associated with a Nationalist Social Club were arrested in Jamaica Plain, Boston for disturbing the peace.

Michael Cox, the officer who was viciously beaten by Boston Police in the 90s, will now help to "revitalize" the city's controversial Police Department as commissioner, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Wednesday morning.

Jason Whitlock defended the white supremacist group Patriot Front against comparisons to the Ku Klux Klan made by comedian David Alan Grier.

The Black-owned company City Fresh Foods has inked a historic $17 million contract with Boston Public Schools.

Jenny Leigh Ennamorati admitted to verbally and physically attacking a 46-year-old Latino woman and her 15-year-old daughter identified by their last name, Vasquez, for speaking Spanish. A judge in East Boston Municipal Court sentenced her to 15 months probation.

Xavierian Brothers, a mostly white Catholic high school in suburban Boston, not only chose to serve fried chicken for its Black History Month but administrators also placed the blame squarely on the shoulders of an African American cafeteria worker.

A right-wing parents group has sued a school district in suburban Boston alleging white students there are having their civil rights violated because "a policy of segregating students by race" that favors minorities has been adopted.

The Department of Justice announced Wednesday that Massachusetts man 45-year-old Stephen M. DeBerardinis has been brought up on multiple federal charges for harassing threatening an interracial couple with graphic violence after the couple announced their engagement on Facebook.