Former Vikings Co-Owner Reginald Fowler Gets Prison Sentence In Cryptocurrency Scam

His actions ‘victimized’ a new professional football league that went out of business in 2019, the prosecutor says.

Atlanta's Controversial 'Cop City' Approved By City Council

The Atlanta Public Safety Training Center, which will cost $90 Million, was approved by the City Council in an 11-4 vote

Florida A&M University Students’ Funding Discrimination Lawsuit Against Florida Allowed To Move Forward

The six plaintiffs say that state funding patterns show racial bias rooted in the Jim Crow era.

Graduating Senior And Father Killed After Richmond Graduation Ceremony Mass Shooting

Shawn Jackson, 18, and his father Renzo Smith, 36 were killed after Huguenot High School's graduation ceremony in Richmond, Virginia.

Ajike Owens: What We Know So Far About The Unarmed Black Florida Mom Fatally Shot By Her White Neighbor

Protesters demanded justice for the single mother of four before authorities finally arrested the suspect days after the shooting.

Ex-Biden Aide Cedric Richmond Was Not Tested For DWI By NOLA Police After Crash

Cedric Richmond crashed his vehicle into an oak tree with his young son as a passenger in April.

NYC Elite Public High School Only Admits Seven Black Students Out Of 762 New Pupils

New York City’s prestigious high schools' lack of Black students reflects segregation in education across the country.

National Genealogical Society Apologizes For Past Racist Actions

Some of the founders of the NGS promoted theories such as the purification of the White race.

Nearly 240 Black Workers Want To Join Class-Action Lawsuit Against Tesla

Elon Musk’s company faces multiple suits alleging that the automaker condones a racist work environment.

Cornel West Announces Third-Party Bid For President In A Campaign Video

‘I enter in the quest for truth. I enter in the quest for justice,’ the professor and activist says.

How New Texas Legislation Attacks Black Voters In The Houston Area

‘It essentially takes us back to the 1940s and 50s, to the Jim Crow era,’ says a Harris County Official.