Emmett Till’s Family Reacts To News That DOJ Closing Murder Investigation After 66 Years
The Justice Department said they don’t have enough evidence that Carolyn Bryant lied.
Texas Sued By Justice Department Over New Redistricting Maps They Claim Discriminate Against Black And Latinx Voters
The lawsuit argues the state violated the Voting Rights Act.
Chris Cuomo Fired By CNN Following Accusations Of Aiding Brother Amid Sexual Harassment Accusations
The move is “effective immediately.”
Man Sentenced In Knifing Attack On Black Man Has Hate Crime History
Ole Hougen was convicted of slashing a 29-year-old Black man up to 20 times with a nine-inch knife.
Demetrius Maurice Davis, Jr., 9, Launches Social Justice-Themed Doll Business With His Mom
Our Brown Boy Joy is a Black-owned business with a mission.
Confederate Heritage Group Sues To Deny Removal Of Confederate Monument From Tuskegee, Ala. Site
The Daughters of the Confederacy want to keep a statue located in front of the county courthouse in a city that is 97 percent Black.
Circus-Themed Ball Canceled After St. Petersburg’s 1st Black Mayor Declines Invitation
Some local Black leaders found the theme and location demeaning.
Man Convicted Of Murdering Michael Jordan’s Father Gets Legal Victory In Move To Appeal
Daniel Green was sentenced to life in prison in 1996.
Exonerated Black Man Files Lawsuit Against Philadelphia, Former DA After Sitting On Death Row
The current DA discovered prosecutorial misconduct in the case.
Former Officer Charged With Murder In Fatal Shooting Of Casey Goodson Jr.
The indictment states Jason Meade recklessly caused the 23-year-old’s death.