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Music stars encourage peace following police shootings.
Five candidates for mayor of New York City spent the night in public housing apartments to highlight the conditions.
Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon’s Martin’s mother, attended two rallies in New York as other similar events occur throughout the country.
Despite being under fire for the NYPD's stop-and-frisk program for singling out Blacks, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said police "disproportionately stop whites too much and minorities too little."
William C. Thompson, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for mayor, says he would keep intact much of the controversial police initiative if elected.
Yusef Salaam, one of the Central Park Five, discusses the experience of the 12 years he spent in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.
The NCAA has announced the lineup for its 2013 March Madness basketball tournament.
Once again, the New York City comptroller has called for the settlement of a $250 suit by the Central Park Five, minority youth who were convicted -- and exonerated -- of a 1989 rape.
John C. Liu, New York City’s top fiscal officer, called for the city to reach a settlement with the so-called Central Park Five, the young minority men who were convicted — and later exonerated – of raping a woman in 1989.
NPR host Michele Norris, printed 200 postcards asking people to express their thoughts on race in six words. The result was the Race Card Project.