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Mississippi Police Department Faces Lawsuit After Fired Chief’s Racist And Homophopic Rant

The former chief reportedly bragged about shooting and killing people during the rant.
08/17/2022

Val Demings Is Leading Marco Rubio In Florida Senate Race By 4 Points, New Poll Finds

She gained the support of 48 percent of surveyed registered voters who said they’d vote in the midterm elections.
08/17/2022

California To Categorize Its Black State Employees By Ethnic Lineage

Officials are identifying U.S. slave descendants as California explores reparations to Black residents.
08/17/2022

Descendants Of Jesuit Enslaved People Claim Church Is Lagging On Promised Reparations

The poll took place amid the debate over history being taught in schools.
08/17/2022

Half Of Black Parents Want More Discussions About Race In The Classroom, New Study Finds

The poll took place amid the debate over history being taught in schools.
08/17/2022

Nurses Of Color Want 'Action' And Not Just An Apology From American Nurses Association For Historic Racism

One of the nursing profession’s top associations acknowledged its systemic racist practices.
08/17/2022

R. Kelly Federal Trial: Jury Selection Involves Dismissal Of Jurors Who Said They Would Have Trouble Being Impartial

Jury selection began on Monday.
08/16/2022

L.A. Mother Sues School District, Saying Cotton Picking Project Left Her Child Emotionally Distressed

The school wanted to give elementary students a “real-life experience” with the history of enslavement.
08/16/2022

George Floyd Square In Minneapolis Hit For Second Time With Deadly Violence

The area, which had been dedicated to peace and justice in the wake of Floyd’s murder has instead seen multiple acts of violent crime.
08/16/2022

Kenya Presidential Election Bitterly Splits Country, Spurs Protests Over Political Rivals

With the vote divided almost evenly, between William Ruto and Raila Odinga, the expectation is that the result will be taken to court.
08/16/2022