Maryland Man Who Went From Sanitation Work To Earning J.D. A From Harvard Law School

“I worked for a trash company, where my coworkers told me that I should go to college instead,” said Rehan Staton.

Poll: Most In U.S. Say Race Should Be Considered In College Admissions, But To A Lesser Extent

The Supreme Court is expected to rule soon on college affirmative action admissions.

White Man Who Pulled Gun On Black Teenagers At A MLK Event Gets 10 Years Probation

In addition to probation, Mark Bartlett plead guilty to committing a hate crime and aggravated assault.

Attorney Calls For Federal Investigation Into Georgia Jail Guard Beatings Of Inmates

There’s a systemic pattern of abuse at the Camden County jail, the civil rights lawyer alleges.

Angel Reese Discusses The Future Of Women’s Basketball And Why She Refuses To Be Boxed In

The LSU star is looking forward to winning back-to-back NCAA championships

Gas Station Owner Charged In Fatal Shooting Of Black Teen He Thought Was Stealing

Cyrus Carmack-Belton, 14, was not shoplifting police said, and there was no evidence he was.

After Monthslong Search, Suspect Arrested In Slaying Of New Jersey Councilwoman

Eunice Dwumfour was shot to death outside her home on Feb. 1, not long after she had been elected.

After Bitter Scandal, St. Louis Landmark Sweetie Pie’s Attempting A Comeback

The last storefront closed in September 2022 in the midst of one-time owner Tim Norman being imprisoned.

Aderrien Murry: 5 Takeaways From Lawsuit Filed By Family Of 11-Year-old Shot By Mississippi. Cop

A federal lawsuit claims ‘reckless indifference’ in the shooting of the boy, which left him seriously injured.

Why Are There So Few Black Doctors Serving NFL Teams? The League Has A Solution

The NFL has established the Diversity in Sports Medicine Pipeline Initiative to recruit more Black doctors to work in the field.

Why Jackson, Miss., Has The Fastest Shrinking Population Across The U.S.

From the city’s water crisis to high homicide rate, residents face several problems.