racial justice

Emmett Till and his mother Mamie Till-Mobley are posthumously being honored with a Congressional Gold Medal.

With rising authoritarianism, our nation desperately needs well-funded, well-staffed and diverse newsrooms.

Here's a list of activism and advocacy groups that are doing the work.

Award-winning journalist and Howard University professor Stacey Patton will be honored by the Rainbow PUSH Coalition.

"The Harvard and UNC cases pending before the Supreme Court seek to reverse four decades of precedent and prevent colleges and universities from ever considering race or ethnicity in admissions in any way and for any reason," said Professor Hawkins.

The activist, author, lawyer and priest developed new ways of thinking about justice and identity.

As corporate donations to fight racial inequality seemingly slow, the need for investment in the next generation of Black talent at HBCUs remains vital. IBM and Target spoke to NewsOne about their efforts.

On the second anniversary of his murder, Houston will be unveiling a statue of George Floyd in a park in his hometown. 

The National Park Service is awarding $16.2 million in grants to preserve historic landmarks connected to the civil rights movement.

The Chicago home where revolutionary activist Fred Hampton spent his childhood years has received landmark status.

A film about the story behind the iconic Black Power salute at the 1968 Olympics is in the works.

Singer John Legend will receive The Recording Academy’s inaugural Global Impact Award for his artistry and activism.