Six Dr. Seuss books, including “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” and “If I Ran the Zoo,” will stop being published because of racist and insensitive imagery, the business that preserves and protects the author's legacy said.
Gretta Jackson said the road these past 20 years wasn't easy but it was worth it as she got a title nobody has: the first Black woman to own an Outback Steakhouse in the Detroit area.
Hasbro created confusion on Thursday when it removed the gender from its Mr. Potato Head brand, but not from the actual toy.
Governments say getting vaccinated and having the proper documentation to prove it will smooth the way to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and such efforts have gotten a head start in Israel.
“I’m sure this comes from a place that is well-intended, but it does not honor us by having our name plastered on the side of a car,” Chief Chuck Hoskin said.
A city commission is determining the fate of monuments to Abraham Lincoln and George Washington and other historical figures in Chicago as part of a “racial healing and historical reckoning project” that began over the summer.
On Super Bowl Sunday, three women -- two coaches and an NFL official -- broke barriers when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers clinched their second championship title.
The Washington Football Team announced on Tuesday that it has hired the first Black female assistant coach in NFL history.
As part of his agenda on racial equity, President Joe Biden ordered the DOJ end its reliance on private prisons and directed the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development to take steps necessary to promote equitable housing policy.
President Joe Biden is set to issue an executive order to reverse a Pentagon policy that largely bars transgender individuals from joining the military, dumping a ban ordered by President Donald Trump in a tweet during his first year in office.
A Chicago suburb plans to publicly honor its first Black resident, a barber who arrived in 1888 and also worked as a firefighter.
The violent breaching of the halls of power on Capitol Hill by insurrectionists represents one of the plainest displays of a racial double standard in modern history.
“I’ll say it because I don’t think a lot of people want to: Could you imagine today if those were all Black people storming the Capitol and what would have happened,” Rivers asked following Wednesday's riots.
Assistant coach Becky Hammon took over the San Antonio Spurs in the second quarter after coach Gregg Popovich was ejected in a 121-107 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers.
A statue of Abraham Lincoln with a freed slave appearing to kneel at his feet has been removed from its downtown Boston perch.
The Negro Leagues are now considered a major league and its statistics and records will be included in MLB's history.
Church leaders assure the nativity scenes are *NOT* about politicizing Christmas, rather they're about creating peace.
The New York Times is reporting that Cleveland's baseball team is moving away from a name that has been considered racist for decades.
The Supreme Court declined to take up an appeal from parents in Oregon who want to prevent transgender students from using locker rooms and bathrooms of the gender with which they identify.
As vice president in 2012, Joe Biden endeared himself to many LGBTQ Americans by endorsing same-sex marriage even before his boss, President Barack Obama.