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Led by the Facebook Users Union, attendees raised concerns about Facebook and its parent company Meta having anything to do with the progressive gathering.

Christopher Shaw was paralyzed more than a year ago by a Beaumont police officer while in custody for public intoxication.

The U.S. Postal Service closed its Montpelier Station post office with signs for "White" and "Colored" entrances. Some residents are upset.

The latest instance of a "Karen" going wild on video came in the form of a privileged white woman trying to police how loudly a Black woman minding her own business is allowed to laugh.

A Florida judge blocked part of Gov. Ron DeSantis' "Stop WOKE Act," which barred employers from implementing diversity training.

The Lawrence County Republican Party said it meant to post a picture of a GOP elephant on its Facebook page, but the photo used was laced with racist KKK imagery. Coincidence?

Student loan forgiveness is an “everyone issue,” but student loan debt disproportionately impacts Black people, their wealth and their finances.

Rashunda Pitts isn't the first Black parent compelled to file a lawsuit for similar reasons.

A Rochester firefighter said he was forced to attend a racist party that mocked Juneteenth.

The Black Hammer Party is described by the Anti-Defamation League as an anti-colonial movement for Black and indigenous peoples.

Several Republican-led states are facing similar challenges from the Department of Justice.

Even today, the 19th Amendment doesn’t secure all women of color’s voting rights.