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The road to redemption for Wendy Williams has begun.
Until the CROWN Act is adopted federally, the fight against hair discrimination will continue.
These vacation hotspots have becoming popular for their exciting attractions and safety for Black travelers.
Sidney Holmes was exonerated after serving more than 34 years of a 400-year prison sentence over an armed robbery he wasn't involved with. He joins a long list of wrongfully convicted Black people.
Supreme Court Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was honored with a street renaming for her in Miami, where she was raised.
Morehouse College is teaming up with the Ida B. Wells Society to increase the representation of reporters of color in investigative journalism.
The task force will release its comprehensive set of recommendations for what reparations will look like in California on July 1.
The historic “Selma to Montgomery marches,” the first of the three protest marches known as “Bloody Sunday,” highlighted a turbulent time of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.
The trailblazing civil rights activist's likeness will be featured on the quarter.
Issa Rae has opened a fourth location for her community-driven café Hilltop Coffee + Kitchen in Los Angeles.
Howard University received a $1 million gift to elevate and expand its mechanical engineering program.
Alaunte Scott, 22, was shot in the back and killed by U.S. Marshals as he was taking the garbage out of his home on Tuesday afternoon in southeast Washington, D.C., his mother said.
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