The Senate confirmed Ketanji Brown Jackson to serve on the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit as a movement grew to have Justice Stephen Breyer step down from the U.S. Supreme Court, which has never had a Black woman judge.
Within the past year, two Black employees have filed lawsuits against the ACLU alleging discrimination and retaliatory action for raising concerns about equity issues within the civil rights organization.
The legal challenge to historic aid for Black farmers ignores the previously established history of discrimination by the USDA and related agencies.
Faith leaders and elected officials gathered Tuesday to pray and demand action on federal voting rights legislation.
Marco Rubio immediately lashed out at Val Demings in apparent fear after the Democratic Congresswoman formally announced that she's coming for the Florida Republican's seat in the U.S. Senate next year.
During a CNN interview with Anderson Cooper, former President Barack Obama called out right-wing media outlets that misinform and fan the flames of discord. He cited critical race theory controversy as a prime example.
The Tulsa Race Massacre is a stark example of the failure of the U.S. democracy to provide justice for race-based terroristic violence – to require reparative justice – thus, condoning it.
Jean-Pierre became the second Black woman to lead a White House press briefing on Wednesday, following Judy Smith in 1991.
Ahead of an event marking the 100 years since the Tulsa race massacre, the group tasked with planning the centennial removed Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt from its committee.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed House Bill 1775, which relies on a distorted framing of Critical Race Theory to prevent teaching in higher education institutions about race or sex as being inherently superior traits.