Convicted murderer Derek Chauvin saved himself another trial and possibly more years to his prison sentence by pleading guilty to two federal charges related to violating George Floyd’s civil rights.
Minecraft is using the recently announced Minecraft: Education Edition lesson to honor and educate students about the late John Lewis.
17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse could spend the rest of his life in jail following the shooting incident that saw 2 Jacob Blake protesters lose their lives and left one person injured.
While its crickets from the White House as another Black man was viciously gunned down by the police, our forever President, Barack Obama, is still speaking up and commending those taking action.
Guests who really missed looking at the tribute to the losing side aka the confederacy were greeted by the beautiful site of ARMED Black protestors on Saturday (Jul.4).
In the wake of George Floyd's fatal arrest and Black Lives Matter protests breaking across the globe, there is a new era of accountability ushering in, and social media, more specifically, Black Twitter is enforcing it.
Yes Kodak Black is still around and kicking, and he now says that officials exposed his privacy.
Under the best of circumstances, Emmett Till could very well be alive today if not for his chilling beating and murder at the age of 14 in 1955. The Mississippi murder case was a watershed moment in the Civil Rights Movement, and the Justice Department is moving to reopen the investigation.
Linda Brown, who as a little girl was central in the landmark Brown v. Topeka Board of Education case, has died. The matter made it all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States, effectively ending racial segregation in schools nationwide.
Viola Desmond‘s name may not ring bells here in the states but for our neighbors to the North, she’s a prominent part of Canada‘s civil rights history. Desmond, whose defiance against racism led to an arrest that was not pardoned until she passed away, will now be the face of Canada’s $10 bill after an […]
U.S. Congressman John Lewis is a living legend who was instrumental in the Civil Rights Movement, and a notable inspiration to President Barack Obama. In a brief chat with David Letterman for his new Netflix series, Rep. Lewis shares his thoughts about the famous march in Selma, Alabama in 1965 and how it paved the […]
Longtime U.S. Congressman John Lewis is a triple OG when it comes to both politics and his earlier involvement in the Civil Rights Movement. Lewis has opted to skip a weekend opening ceremony of a Mississippi civil rights museum because President Donald Trump would be in attendance, and the White House’s press secretary Sarah Huckabee […]