Retired Illinois Judge Disbarred After Stealing Money From Her Tuskegee Airman Uncle
Former Judge Patricia Martin admits to wrongdoing but doesn’t want to repay her uncle’s estate.
Simone Biles Irate At Video Of Black Gymnast Who Passed Over ForA Medal In Ireland Competition
At a gymnastics competition in Ireland, a Black girl was the only gymnast not to receive a medal.
An Instagram Influencer Accused An Office Depot Of Racially Profiling Her Son
After purchasing printers at two Office Depots, Cassandra Wilcox said her son Anarrion Wilcox was discriminated against by an employee and harassed by local police
Black Tenants Lived With Death Threats As Police, Property Management Did Nothing For Months
As Black women, ‘we weren’t heard,’ says Nubrittany Smith.
The Family Of A Black Student Is Suing Officials In Texas For Hair Discrimination
Darryl George, 17, has been serving an in-school suspension at Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu because school officials said that his dreadlocks violate the district’s dress code.
Victims Of Secret Government Experiment In St. Louis Demand Compensation, Health Studies
‘We were living in so-called poverty. That’s why they did it,’ says one of the men leading a call for accountability.
Mayor Karen Bass Receives Award At The Congressional Black Caucus Conference
The Los Angeles mayor was a member of the CBC while serving in Congress from 2011 to 2022 and was chair of the caucus from 2019 to 2021.
Black Man Sues For Wrongful Arrest After Facial Recognition Software Misidentified Him
A detective relied solely on a technology with a high rate of misidentifying Black people, the lawsuit says.
Deion Sanders’ Team Blown Out by Oregon In First Loss of Season
The Colorado Buffaloes were trounced in a 42-6 defeat.
Texas Teen Suspended for Hairstyle Sues Gov. Greg Abbott
The student and his family are accusing the governor and the state’s attorney general of allegedly failing to enforce the state’s CROWN Act.