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The 74-year-old volunteer lacked proper training and was a financial supporter and close friend of former sheriff, who was forced to resign.
A prolific Black artist who transcended musical genres, Prince influenced music and culture globally.
Professionals continue to violate company policies with racist postings.
“With each passing day, Plaintiff and other African-American citizens are subjugated to second class status by virtue of the official state flag bearing the confederate battle flag emblem flying high and proud on public property within the state of Mississippi.”
"A toxic mix of alcohol, foolishness and unadulterated hatred caused these young people to resurrect the nightmarish specter of lynchings and lynch mobs from the Mississippi we long to forget."
Students say Secret Service agents escorted them out simply for being there.
Gov. Phil Bryant declared April "Confederate Heritage Month" once again.
Police unions tell members to refrain from security roles at Beyoncè’s upcoming concerts following her Super Bowl performance and subsequent video supportive of the Black Panthers and #BlackLivesMatter; Louis Farrakhan offers protection.
"It's going to be felt by students by way of higher fees and reduced educational opportunities."
A Dallas senator said Texas A&M students should face severe consequences.
The presidential candidates campaign heavily ahead of the Democratic primary in South Carolina.
After withholding the video of the shooting for a year, the state passes judgement on its own behavior.
No information has come out on the cause of death — except that officers used a martial arts restraint against the girl the night before.
Of the 105 officers involved in the 2012 tragedy, only one faced criminal charges — and was acquitted. Terminations will likely not go into effect for several years, says mayor.
NFL's "Rooney Rule" seems to be working. For the first time, a Latino head coach and Black quarterback on the same team will play in the Super Bowl.
One of the six girls in the photo apologizes, while a privileged school and community are placed in the national spotlight for racism.
"They want to do these things, but nobody is making the solid commitments."
Under pressure, the publishing giant ditches published children’s book about George Washington’s enslaved cook.
"Now, these idiots could try and sue you in civil court, but remember that it will be jury trial and so most likely it will come out in your favor."
Gov. Rick Snyder ignored scientific reports and pleas from residents to correct toxic water supply.
Amidst the boycott news, fans pressure host Chris Rock to step down.
“It’s the Oscars, they do what they do,” says Ice Cube.
Officer Robert Olsen would be the first cop put on trial in Georgia for a shooting death while on duty in six years.
"Parks’s refusal to cede ground in the face of continued injustice has made her among the most revered heroines of our national story; her role in American history cannot be over-emphasized."