Supreme Court Orders New Congressional District Map In Victory For Black Alabama Voters

In a surprise ruling, two conservative justices sided with the court’s liberal wing.

Alabama HBCU Withdraws From U.S. News and World Report Ranking

The school is the first HBCU to announce its withdrawal from the annual ranking system.

DOJ: Alabama Ignored Environmental Issues That Affected Black Residents

The state has pledged to improve the infrastructure of wastewater in rural areas.

Alabama Governor Forces Out State Early Education Secretary Over Use Of Book That Deals With Race

Gov. Kay Ivey said that “woke concepts” have no place in the state’s educational curriculum.

Dadeville Shooting: What We Know About The Three Murder Suspects

Alabama authorities arrested teen brothers and an adult male in their ongoing investigation.

Dadeville Mass Shooting: What We Know So Far About The Birthday Party That Turned Deadly

At least four people were killed, but authorities have not yet announced an arrest or motive.

Montgomery, Ala. Mayor Says Audio About Black Voters Is An Extortion Attempt

Steven Reed, the city’s first Black mayor claims the clips, which use vulgar language and makes derogatory comments are heavily edited.

Mississippi Valley State Cheerleader Ejected From Game After Confronting Alabama A&M Player On Basketball Court

The incident between the cheerleader and team member has gone viral.

Alabama Schools Cancel Black History Month Appearance Of Black Children’s Book Author Amid Wave Of Book Bans

School districts are prohibiting classic Black literature in their hysteria over Critical Race Theory.

Alabama’s Black Belt, With Its Rich Civil Rights Legacy, Named National Heritage Area

The region played a central role in the Civil Rights Movement, from the Montgomery bus boycotts to the training of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen.

Alabama Inmate “Baked to Death” in a Blazing Hot Cell According to Lawsuit

An autopsy found Thomas Lee Rutledge had an internal body temperature of 109 degrees.