Texas’s CROWN Act does not apply to hair length, a judge determined Thursday, ruling in favor of the Barbers Hill Independent School District.
Data shows Black men are severely underrepresented in the teaching profession. A South LA couple has launched a trailblazing program that hopes to change that.
Jen Pawol is on the verge of becoming Major League Baseball’s first female umpire after securing a spring training assignment.
This year’s theme highlights the influence Black artists have had on visual and performing arts, as well as literature, fashion, music, film, and much more.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday passed up a chance to intervene in the debate over bathrooms for transgender students, rejecting an appeal from an Indiana public school district.
The reverend and civil rights icon would have turned 95 this year.
David Rasavong's restaurant Love & Thai had only been open for seven months when a so-called animal welfare crusader implied that a dog tied up at a nearby home was going to be served on the menu.
“You’ve got to be clear that you don’t want certain customers coming in,” former CEO Chip Wilson told Forbes.
California retail stores with more than 500 employees will soon face fines for failing to offer "gender-neutral" toy sections.
Contrary to common belief, marriage equality is not a reality for disabled people in the U.S. due to an existing penalty associated with getting married.
The Vatican issued a new document explaining a radical change in Vatican policy by insisting that people seeking God’s love and mercy shouldn’t be subject to “an exhaustive moral analysis" to receive it.
A recent survey shows that nearly half of people of color who received health care services in the past three years said they had negative experiences with a health care provider.
The release of Mattel's Wilma Mankiller Barbie doll was met with mixed reactions as some members of the Cherokee nation also pointed out the Cherokee language on the box was wrong. One of the symbols used translated to "Chicken" and not "Cherokee."
Russian security forces raided gay clubs and bars across Moscow Friday night, less than 48 hours after the country’s top court banned what it called the “global LGBTQ+ movement” as an extremist organization.
Officer Taisyn Crutchfield filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against the Pasadena Police Department. Her goal has always been to bridge the gap between law enforcement and the inner-city community.
In 1917, the Buffalo Soldiers, an all-Black Third Battalion in the U.S. Army U.S. Army's 24th Infantry Regiment, marched into Houston, where clashes erupted after racial provocations. Approximately 110 soldiers were later found guilty in the largest murder trial in U.S. history.
Research shows young Black boys are especially vulnerable when it comes to reading proficiency. A nonprofit organization has a mission to inspire them to become lifelong readers.
That new word you just heard on social media is probably connected to something Black Americans have been saying for generations.
Sony’s new Access Controller will go on sale worldwide on Dec. 6 and cost $90 in the U.S.
Starting Monday, LAUSD elementary schools will participate in a week-long celebration of 'National Coming Out Day.'