San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton on Tuesday introduced an ordinance to outlaw racially motivated 911 calls.
The University of Chicago has removed a bronze plaque and stone that publicly honored Stephen Douglas, a U.S. senator from Illinois in the 1800s.
A Black man says a group of white men assaulted him and threatened to “get a noose” after claiming that he and his friends had trespassed on private property as they gathered at an Indiana lake over the Fourth of July weekend.
Randy Pierre's story is one of the hundreds shared by current and former Latin School of Chicago students accusing students and teachers of racism, xenophobia, and abuse at the college prep school, according to an anonymous Instagram account with more than 2,700 followers, Latin Survivors.
Hecklers at an Iowa high school baseball game hurled racist taunts towards the lone black player at Charles City High School.
Black-owned businesses are enjoying a surge in support amid the national reckoning on racism sparked by George Floyd’s killing in Minneapolis.
In an effort to continue talking about social justice and racial inequality, the league will paint the phrase inside both sidelines, a report states.
Some activists pushing for its removal would like to see a monument to an African-American woman in its place
Princeton University will remove President Woodrow Wilson’s name from its public policy school and a residential college, the school’s president announced.
Country artists have long been hesitant to address racial issues, but the rallies over racial injustice this year have become too important for the genre to ignore.
Historic monuments, iconic brands and popular television shows are being reevaluated as the nation wrestles anew with the racism in its history, and the national anthem of the United States is now also a target.
A large group of demonstrators raised awareness about violence against Black women by blocking traffic at the intersection of Ida B. Wells and Michigan Avenue Wednesday night.
A now-viral video shows a young Black boy hiding from a passing police vehicle while playing basketball at a home in Connecticut.
NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace tweeted out a statement on Wednesday about the supposed noose found in his garage, saying that he's "relieved" to know it wasn't meant for him, but embarrassed by the mixup after the FBI ended its hate crime investigation.
The Illinois Supreme Court is recruiting a chief diversity and inclusion officer for the judicial branch of state government to address racial justice.
The families of two women who portrayed Quaker Oats' Aunt Jemima expressed concerns about the company's decision to scrap the controversial branding, saying it could erase their family histories.
Ryan Blaney held onto the lead after a restart with two laps to go Monday, earning his second straight win at Talladega Superspeedway on a day that began with NASCAR drivers throwing their support behind Bubba Wallace.
Protesters gathered outside a Philadelphia Whole Foods Market on Sunday after workers alleged they were sent home for wearing Black Lives Matter pins and facemasks.
The American Museum of Natural History will remove a prominent statue of Theodore Roosevelt from its entrance after years of objections that it symbolizes colonial expansion and racial discrimination, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday.
NASCAR released a statement Sunday evening confirming that a noose was found in the garage area of the #43 car at Talladega Superspeedway.