Chicago Public Schools To Pay $1.25M After Black Child Attempted Suicide And Later Died
Jamari Dent was a special needs student reportedly bullied by both students and staff.
Tennessee Statue Honoring Black Troops Unveiled Across The Street From Confederate Monument
The statue in downtown Franklin, Tenn., celebrates Black troops that served in the Civil War.
Police: N.C. Woman Trying To Leave Relationship Killed By Ex In Murder-Suicide
Michael Culpepper reportedly killed the 25-year-old.
Judge Rules Two Men Killed By Kyle Rittenhouse Shouldn't Be Called 'Victims'
The ground rules and use of force experts have been set.
Civil Rights Pioneer Claudette Colvin Asks Court To Expunge Her 1955 Arrest
She refused to give up her seat on a bus before Rosa Parks ignited the civil rights movement.
Racist Graffiti Sprayed On North Carolina Mural Honoring Black People Killed By Law Enforcement
Could an upcoming trial be the reason for the recent incident?
Jelani Day’s Mother, Rev. Jesse Jackson Call For A State Or Federal Investigation Into The Illinois Student’s Death
They rejected the newly released coroner’s autopsy report, which they called ‘insulting.’
Jamaican Cult Leader Dies In Police Car Crash On The Way To Court
Pastor Kevin Smith was facing charges of human sacrifices in ritual killings at his church.
Man Arrested For Defacing George Floyd Mural
Michael Beals was charged with criminal mischief.
Once Closed Detroit HBCU Makes Plans To Reopen, Giving Innovative Tuition-Free Opportunities For Design Students
Lewis College of Business had a long history in the Motor City before closing. But a footwear industry veteran is partnering with another well respected institution to resurrect it.