"I never saw this day back in 2020," his mother said after the verdict in Brunswick, Georgia. "I never thought this day would come.”
Ahmaud Arbery’s family praised a jury’s decision to find three men guilty in the 25-year-old’s killing, saying the justice system had prevailed after a “hard fight” and last year’s summer of racial justice protests.
“It’s been a long fight, it’s... Read more
Fox News host Tucker Carlson's special on the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol was the last straw for two network commentators. Stephen Hayes and Jonah Goldberg have resigned.
Two longtime conservative Fox News commentators have resigned in protest of what they call a pattern of incendiary and fabricated claims by the network's opinion hosts in support of former President... Read more
As a child, journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones didn't hear much in school about the role of Black people in U.S. history. "Black people are largely treated as an asterisk in the American story," she says.
But Hannah-Jones' awareness changed in high school when she signed up for a Black studies elective. Among the things she learned was the date 1619, significant because it's the... Read more
Tuesday, the publication released a statement claiming that staff writers were asked to take down stories about the protests due to “minor edits.”
Journalists at Howard University’s student-run newspaper ‘The Hilltop’ claim they’re being censored after coverage of campus protests has declined in the past week.
For the last three weeks, students have been protesting on-campus living conditions in some of the dorms and... Read more
The NAACP made its position clear on Thursday afternoon.
If you’re a professional athlete, the organization said, avoid signing with a team in the state of Texas.
The NAACP sent a two-page letter to the MLB, NBA, WNBA, NHL and NFL players’ associations on Thursday officially asking players to not sign with Texas sports teams due to a series of restrictive laws... Read more