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Two people are dead and 13 were wounded in Chicago gun violence this past weekend.
The legal and social barriers that barred Black people from schools and jobs in Birmingham, Alabama, fell long ago, but economic disparity persists.
Fred Shuttlesworth, born Fred Lee Robinson, was born on March 18, 1922, in Mount Meigs, Alabama.
From the first Black president of the Southern Baptist Convention to the first Black homecoming queen at Ole Miss, 2012 produced some notable African-American firsts. BET.com takes a look at the historic moments.
The newly elected Black president of the Southern Baptist Convention said a Mississippi church decision not to marry a Black couple is an isolated event.
A day after electing their first African-American president in a historic move that strives to erase its legacy of racism, Southern Baptists passed a resolution opposing the idea that same-sex marriage is a civil rights issue.
With election of Rev. Fred Luter Jr., the former pro-slavery Southern Baptist church gets its very first African-American president.
The Rev. Fred Luter Jr. was officially elected as the president of the Southern Baptist Convention, a religious denomination that has a long history defending slavery.
Thousands flock to the Memorial Mall in Washington, D.C.
Obama: "It is right that we honor that march, that we lift up Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech –- for without that shining moment, without Dr. King’s glorious words, we might not have had the courage to come as far as we have."