African-Americans accounted for more than three-quarters of stops between May and August 2014.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts report released on Oct. 8 says Boston's black residents are more likely to be stopped, questioned or searched by police.
A UCLA professor conducted a study about negative attitudes toward black youth, especially by police.
Black pastors coalition seeks to impeach Attorney General Eric Holder, an African-American memorial in D.C. to be renovated, plus more news.
The NAACP says it is seeing modest activity in its criminal justice reform package known as "Trayvon's Law."
Mayor Bill de Blasio has followed up on his campaign promises to reform stop and frisk, but there remains some resistance to change.