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Texas Public Schools Removing Jim Crow and KKK Content From Textbooks
Texas public schools are removing passages about Jim Crow and the Klu Klux Klan and are revising th...


New Documentary Revisits Jim Crow-era Shooting
You Belong to Me investigates the mysterious case of Ruby McCollum and the 1952 fatal shooting that...


Why Is Black Twitter Going In On This Oscar-Nominated Actress?
Julie Delpy shares her thoughts on #OscarsSoWhite....


Commentary: Fighting Against the New Jim Crow
Dream Defenders analyze how mass incarceration affects Black and brown communities....


Commentary: Dear White and Black People, Go See This Movie
Dear White People offers a nuanced look at identity and culture in America....


Commentary: Beisbol Bounds Blacks and Latinos in Jim Crow Era
Negro Leagues Baseball Museum to celebrate kinship between ballplayers of color....


Commentary: Adam Silver’s Bold Move
Commissioner issues lifetime ban, fines Clippers owner Donald Sterling $2.5 million for hateful ran...


Melissa Harris-Perry Says Holler If You Hear Me: Black and Gay in the Church Crosses 'Another Frontier'
Created and produced by Clay Cane, the doc is also getting love on Twitter....


Charlamagne Tha God: Dear Racists
Warning: this open letter may contain some uncommon sense....


Oldest National Park Ranger Shares Her History, Passion for Service
Betty Reid Soskin, 93, shares her family history through slavery, segregation, and the Civil Rights...


Geraldine Hines Becomes First Black Woman on Massachusetts High Court
Gov. Deval Patrick's nomination of the 66-year-old to the state's highest court was unanimously app...


Obama Says Blacks Are Better Off Now Than Six Years Ago
President Obama ends year-end presser with a question about race....


Angel Haze: Cultural Appropriation Is Like a Punch to the Gut
Rapper writes think piece on race, stereotypes and hip hop....


Selma Civil Rights Milestone Marked by First Black President
Obama commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Selma-to-Montgomery marches....


The Smallest Freedom Fighter Recalls Bloody Sunday
Sheyann Webb shares memories of her friend, Dr. Martin Luther King....


Commentary: The NCAA Should Boycott Indiana
Gov. Michael Pence and the state should pay for its “license to discriminate."...


Q-Tip Gives Iggy Azalea a Hip Hop History Lesson
Rap veteran schools “Fancy” rapper in a series of tweets....


Report: Jim Crow Policies Are Still Alive
The Center for Social Inclusion finds that people of color continue to face discrimination in the j...


This Day in Black History: Aug. 27, 1963
W. E. B. Du Bois died in Ghana, West Africa, on Aug. 27, 1963....


Breakdown: Apartheid vs. Jim Crow
The pervasive racism, discrimination and degradation faced by Blacks and other ethnic minorities un...

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